UX AND PROJECT LEAD CO-OP
CDHI UX Accelerator
I lead the UX Accelerator at the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at University of Toronto. I work with Research teams and help them in disseminating their research to a wider audience by designing engaging interfaces, which serve as a gateway that leads the user into their incredible research.
Mentors do not always have to be the seasoned professional with years of work experience. MentorMatch challenges the conventional definitional of mentorship, by prioritizing knowledge over years of experience.
I led the research and design of a B2B portal for a tyre inspection management startup. This is a summary of my learning, I’m happy to talk more about the project and my experience in a meeting.
Smartphone Use Amongst Older Adults
An attempt to gather collective data to better understand smartphone usage patterns, challenges, and psychological impact on Older Adults.
Academia into practice.
So much research doesn't translate well into real world. Here's my foray into reading papers and guidelines (WCAG) on accessibility and inclusive design, and attempting to bring that genius out of academia into practice.
A browser extension tool that can assist in the building of accessible websites by performing tests on checkpoints based on existing guidelines and certain checkpoints which serve as points of inclusion.
An attempt to explore the perception of industrial practitioners and current practices for accessibility and inclusive design, based in India