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CIEHF award for Design for Real People Group

The Design for Real People Action Group, led by Rachel Benedyk, has received the Richard Clive Holman Communications Award for its recent work creating the Teacher's Guide to UCD for Design and Technology in schools! This award is made for effective communication such as a blog or social media…

People of ACM - Yvonne Rogers

Yvonne Rogers is featured in this month's "People of ACM". People of ACM highlights the unique scientific accomplishments and compelling personal attributes of ACM members who are making a difference in advancing computing as a science and a profession. These bulletins feature ACM members…

UCLIC Research Seminar 7th February: Anja Thieme, Extending Peoples’ Capabilities with Technology

Historically, in healthcare and accessibility contexts, a disability was often regarded as a functional limitation or even 'deficit' in need of overcoming. Consequently, much HCI research in this space has focused on assisting people through tools that address the 'problems' associated with…