Critical Perspectives on Assistive Devices

Published in ICTD 2015: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, 2015

How should we design differently when technologies become part of our bodies? This work considers the current and aspirational technology experiences of people with vision and motor impairments.

Perspectives on Assistive Devices

Dampeners: how social environments influence positive and negative experiences with enabling technologies (ICTD 2013)

Cyborg autonomy: when the regulatory forces that govern technologies constrain the freedoms of assistive devices (ICTD 2014)

Malleable architecture: could interactive environments be the key that enables a “universal” accessibility infrastructure? (Interactive Architecture, 2013-14)