Most parents want the best for their children. Unfortunately, because of inequitable policies and harmful societal misconceptions, too many parents are fighting an uphill battle to provide the opportunities they desire for their kids.
That’s why I use design-based and qualitative research methods to build and evaluate interactive technologies which make shared parent-child experiences more accessible for parents with disabilities and their children.
Currently, I am working to design digital systems which make collaborative reading more accessible, to help parents with visual impairments and their children read print together–even if neither can read print alone.
You can find more about my projects and publications here.