After an evening of particularly intense user testing, it was clear that our experimentation had tired Aaron out – despite our device being easy for him to use, for the purposes of experimental validity, we had to ask Aaron to take a number of photographs using his current, physically-draining methods. At the end, we sat down with him […]

Wheelchair Lab Reflection

Prior to PPAT, I had already spent a significant amount of time diving into the unique technical challenges presented by problems requiring assistive technology solutions. I signed up for the class because I love hacking on problems like AT, and knew that the course was an opportunity to continue doing so. That being said, as […]