User Experience for Inclusion and Diversity
Submitted by Aroma Rodrigues (@aromarodrigues) on Tuesday, 9 October 2018
Section: Crisp talk Technical level: Beginner
->Limitations of UI ->What consists of good UX ->Specific Diversity and Inclusion problems in our codes ->Tackling one of the specific problems ->Embedding voice bots into UI for the visually impaired ->Embedding camera and OCR support in apps ->Creating UIs for critical sound based cues ->Transliterating Sign Language ->Other Scope ->Other types of discrimination we avoid by automating and minimizing human interference ->Future implementations
None, this is just a talk.
Aroma is a graduate fresh out of the National Institute of Technology, Warangal. As a techno-activist she has been a part of many projects that promote diversity and inclusion. She believes that Automation is the path to Inclusion. In 2016, a teammate of her “Shoes for the Visually Impaired” project presented it at the FOSSASIA. She reads, writes and enjoys walking to explore places. She presently works in a financial services firm and believes that solving problems that she has would solve problems for a large chunk of the world. An ML enthusiast she has about 20+ Coursera Certifications with the respective project work to support her learning in that field.