Building Capacity in Accessible Design: Social Acceptability and Assistive Usability Audit

Date of Publication: 
2019 April

Amelia (Amy) Lambeth, a research associate at the Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC) at Georgia Tech, under advisement by Dr. Maribeth Gandy Coleman, director of IMTC as well as the Associate Director of Interactive Media for the Institute for People and Technology completed an M.S. Human-Computer Interaction project. The project title is A Social Acceptability and Assistive Usability Audit of a Novel Wearable Computing Device. Lambeth conducted “A heuristic evaluation and social acceptability audit of a wearable textile interface that exhibits the potential for general and assistive technology applications.” A poster (and accessible Word version) presenting research is linked below.


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