Research

Research


Sensory-Sensitive Interfaces

Understanding Design Preferences for Sensory-Sensitive Earcons with Neurodivergent Individuals.
Lauren Race, Kia El-Amin, Sarah Anoke, Andrew Hayward, Amber James, Amy Hurst, Audrey Davis, and Theresa Mershon. In The 24th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (New York, NY, 2022).

Designing Sensory and Social Tools for Neurodivergent Individuals in Social Media Environments.
Lauren Race, Amber James, Andrew Hayward, Kia El-Amin, Maya Gold Patterson, and Theresa Mershon. In The 23rd International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (New York, NY, 2021).


Nonvisual Making

Putting Tools in Hands: Designing Curriculum for a Nonvisual Soldering Workshop.
Lauren Race, Joshua A. Miele, Chancey Fleet, Tom Igoe, and Amy Hurst. In The 22nd International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (New York, NY, 2020).

Designing Educational Materials for a Blind Arduino Workshop.
Lauren Race, Claire Kearney-Volpe, Joshua A. Miele, Chancey Fleet, Tom Igoe, and Amy Hurst. CHI EA ’20: In Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Honolulu, HI, 2020).

Designing Tactile Schematics: Improving Electronic Circuit Accessibility.
Lauren Race, Joshua A. Miele, Chancey Fleet, Tom Igoe, and Amy Hurst. In The 21st International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (New York, NY, 2019).


Museum Accessibility

Understanding Accessible Interpretation Through Touch Object Practices in Museums.
Lauren Race, Saarah D’Souza, Rosanna Flouty, Tom Igoe, and Amy Hurst. In the International Journal Of The Inclusive Museum. (To Appear).

Bring Your Own (Accessible) Device: A Mobile Guide Solution for Promoting Accessibility, Social Distancing, and Autonomy in Museums.
Lauren Race, Charlotte Martin, Xinwen Xu, Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, and Amy Hurst. In the International Journal Of The Inclusive Museum. Volume 15, Issue 2 (November 16, 2021).

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