October 23-25, 2023

Poster Session 1

Google will have a poster/booth during this session. Feel free to come by and chat with them!

Jump back to Full Program


Analyzing Walking with Ankle Foot Orthoses Using Shank-mounted Wearable Movement Sensors
  • Cliona Blackwell: University of Reading
AudioQ: A Debugging Extension for Visually Impaired Developers
  • Sehej Kumar: University of North Texas
  • Shreyas kotla: University of North Texas
Building the Habit of Authoring Alt Text: Design for Making a Change
  • Selah Bellscheidt: Western Washington University
  • Hazel Metcalf: Western Washington University
  • Di Pham: Western Washington University
  • Yasmine N. Elglaly: Western Washington University
Communication and Collaboration Among DHH People in a Co-located Collaborative Multiplayer AR Environment
  • Sanzida Mojib Luna: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Garreth W. Tigwell: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Konstantinos Papangelis: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Jiangnan Xu: Rochester Institute of Technology
Conceptualizing Celebratory Technologies for Neurodiversity: Extending the Assistive, Accessible, and Inclusive Technology Paradigms to Reduce Social Stigma
  • LouAnne Boyd: Chapman University
Conveying Uncertainty in Data Visualizations to Screen-Reader Users Through Non-Visual Means
  • Ather Sharif: University of Washington
  • Ruican Zhong: University of Washington
  • Yadi Wang: University of Washington
Design Recommendations for an Inclusive Online Sexual Health Clinic for Blind and Partially Sighted People
  • Danita Mooney: University College London
  • Maryam Bandukda: University College London
  • Dilisha Patel: University College London
Designing Voice-Assisted Technology (VAT) Training for Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) for Adults with Cognitive-Communication Needs (CCNs) at Home
  • Claire O'Connor: Monmouth University
  • Lauren H Kim: Biola University
  • Ginna Byun: Keck School of Medicine of USC
  • Priyal Vora: Independent Consultant
Enhancing Textual Accessibility for Readers with Dyslexia through Transfer Learning
  • Elham Madjidi: Oklahoma State University
  • Christopher Crick: Oklahoma State University
Gaze-based Audio Description in Accessibility System for Architectural Heritage. Evidence from an Eye-tracking Study
  • Izabela Krejtz, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Aneta Pawłowska Pawłowska, UNIVERSITY OF LODZ
  • Piotr Milczarski, University of Lodz
  • Daria Rutkowska-Siuda, University of Łódź
  • Artur Hłobaż, University of Lodz
  • Anna Wendorff, University of Łódź
  • Katarzyna Wisiecka, SWPS University
  • Anna Śniegula, University of Lodz
  • Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University
  • Krzysztof Krejtz, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Game-based Powered Wheelchair Skills Training: Examining Tensions Between Player Engagement and Therapeutic Requirements
  • Douwe Ravers: KU Leuven
  • Kathrin Gerling: KIT
  • Mari Naaris: KU Leuven
  • Marco J. Konings: KU Leuven
  • Sammy Verslype: KU Leuven
  • Elegast Monbaliu: KU Leuven
  • Hans Hallez: KU Leuven
"Invisible Illness Is No Longer Invisible": Making Social VR Avatars More Inclusive for Invisible Disability Representation
  • Ria J. Gualano: Cornell University
  • Lucy Jiang: Cornell University
  • Kexin Zhang: Cornell University
  • Andrea Stevenson Won: Cornell University
  • Shiri Azenkot: Cornell Tech
Large-Scale Anonymized Text-based Disability Discourse Dataset
  • Brandon Palonis: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Samantha Jane Dobesh: Western Washington University
  • Selah Bellscheidt: Western Washington University
  • Mohamed Wiem Mkaouer: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Yudong Liu: Western Washington University
  • Yasmine N. Elglaly: Western Washington University
PartiPlay: A Participatory Game Design Kit for Neurodiverse Classrooms
  • Patricia Piedade: University of Lisbon
  • Isabel Neto: University of Lisbon
  • Ana Cristina Pires: Instituto Superior Técnico
  • Rui Prada: Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
  • Hugo Nicolau: University of Lisbon
Practices and Barriers of Cooking Training for Blind and Low Vision People
  • Ru Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Nihan Zhou, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Tam Nguyen, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Sanbrita Mondal, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Bilge Mutlu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Yuhang Zhao, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Prioritizing Aesthetic Touch: Interpreting Historical Textiles with Digital Embroidery
  • Stefanie Malina Koseff: New York University
  • Daniel Ryan Johnston: New York University
  • Georgina Kleege: University of California, Berkeley
  • Chancey Fleet: New York Public Library
  • Cheryl Fogle-Hatch: Museumsenses LLC
  • Lauren Race: New York University
  • Amy Hurst: New York University
SignIt! An Android Game for Sign Bilingual Play
  • Roshni Poddar, Microsoft Research
  • Pradyumna YM, Microsoft Research India
  • Divya Prabha J, Microsoft Research
  • Tarini Naik, Microsoft
  • Punyat Tripathi, National Institute of Speech and Hearing
  • Nabeel TP, National Institute of Speech and Hearing
  • Hemanth Reddy Yeddula, National Institute of Speech and Hearing
  • Pratyush Kumar, Microsoft Research
  • Mohit Jain, Microsoft Research
  • Manohar Swaminathan, Microsoft Research
The Robot in Our Path: Investigating the Perceptions of People with Motor Disabilities on Navigating Public Space Alongside Sidewalk Robots
  • Howard Ziyu Han, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Franklin Mingzhe Li, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Nikolas Martelaro, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Daragh Byrne, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Sarah E Fox, Carnegie Mellon University
Understanding Experiences, Attitudes and Perspectives towards Designing Interactive Creative Tools for Teachers of Visually Impaired Students
  • Abena Boadi-Agyemang: Carnegie Mellon University
  • Elizabeth Jeanne Carter: Carnegie Mellon University
  • Alexa F Siu: Adobe Research
  • Aaron Steinfeld: Carnegie Mellon University
  • Melisa Orta Martinez: Carnegie Mellon
(ER) An Autoethnographic Case Study of Generative Artificial Intelligence’s Utility for Accessibility
  • Kate S Glazko: University of Washington
  • Momona Yamagami: University of Washington
  • Aashaka Desai: University of Washington
  • Kelly Avery Mack: University of Washington
  • Venkatesh Potluri: University of Washington
  • Xuhai Xu: University of Washington
  • Jennifer Mankoff: University of Washington
(ER) A Case for Improving the Accessibility of Electrical and Computer Engineering Education – Starting with a Blind Student’s Autoethnography
  • Trisha Kulkarni: Stanford University
  • Gene S-H Kim: Stanford University
  • Aya Mouallem: Stanford University
(ER) Banal Autistic Social Media: A Found Footage Autoethnography
  • Kay Kender: TU Wien
  • Katta Spiel: TU Wien
(ER) Coding Non-Visually in Visual Studio Code: Collaboration Towards Accessible Development Environment for Blind Programmers
  • JooYoung Seo: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Megan Rogge: Microsoft
(ER) Co-designing new keyboard and mouse solutions with people living with motor impairments
  • Rodolfo Cossovich: Carleton Univeristy
  • Steve Hodges: Microsoft Research
  • Jin Kang: Carleton University
  • Audrey Girouard: Carleton University
(ER) Designing While Blind: Nonvisual Tools and Inclusive Workflows for Tactile Graphic Creation
  • Lauren Race: New York University
  • Chancey Fleet: New York Public Library
  • Danielle Montour: Cornell University
  • Lindsay Ann Yazzolino: Touch Graphics, Inc.
  • Marco B Salsiccia: Deque Systems
  • Claire L. Kearney-Volpe: New York University
  • Sheri Wells-Jensen: Bowling Green State University
  • Amy Hurst: New York University
(ER) Maintaining the Accessibility Ecosystem: a Multi-Stakeholder Analysis of Accessibility in Higher Education
  • Kelly Avery Mack: University of Washington
  • Natasha A Sidik: Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science
  • Aashaka Desai: University of Washington
  • Emma J McDonnell: University of Washington
  • Kunal Mehta: University of Washington
  • Christina Zhang: University of Washington
  • Jennifer Mankoff: University of Washington