Bias, Intersectionality, and Inclusive Design

This is a great article by Trina Moore Pervall that helps you understand the role of unconscious bias within your product designs: Unconscious Biases That Get In The Way Of Inclusive Design

When we think of biases and design, we often think of users’ biases. However, throughout the research and design processes, our unconscious biases are the greatest risk to delivering inclusive experiences. From who we include and exclude in our research to how we plan and conduct research to how we analyze findings, it’s crucial that we understand how our unacknowledged biases can perpetuate systems of exclusion.

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Accessibility is more than making sure images have alternate text. I work with engineers, product managers, and designers to understand how accessibility impacts the users, set realistic deadlines, and create the solutions to provide a delightful experience to all users, regardless of their physical, sensory, or cognitive ability.

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