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InEx: a show about inclusive design

Author: Matt May

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A series of interviews with experts in the field of inclusive design and product equity, hosted by Matt May.
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Joshua Halstead

Joshua Halstead

2022-07-1801:03:29

Joshua A. Halstead is a scholar working at the intersection of critical theory, design studies, and critical access studies. A recognized contributor to disability design discourse, his primary project is that of conjoining aesthetics and access to provoke questions about the conditions and possibilities of participation. Halstead has been an invited lecturer in academic and professional settings—from Stanford to Google—and is co-author of Extra Bold: A Feminist, Inclusive, Anti-Racist, Non-Binary Field Guide for Graphic Designers (Princeton Architectural Press, 2021). He is an Assistant Professor at ArtCenter College of Design and Adjunct faculty at California College of the Arts.Transcript (PDF)Transcript (Interactive)
Sadie Red Wing Part 2

Sadie Red Wing Part 2

2022-07-1156:34

This is a continuation of episode 5, a conversation with Sadie Red Wing.Transcript (PDF)Transcript (Interactive)
Sadie Red Wing Part 1

Sadie Red Wing Part 1

2022-07-1152:12

Sadie Red Wing is a Lakota graphic designer and advocate from the Spirit Lake Nation of Fort Totten, North Dakota. Red Wing earned her BFA in New Media Arts and Interactive Design at the Institute of American Indian Arts. She received her Masters of Graphic Design from North Carolina State University. Her research on cultural revitalization through design tools and strategies created a new demand for tribal competence in graphic design research.Red Wing urges Native American graphic designers to express visual sovereignty in their design work, as well as encourages academia to include an indigenous perspective in design curricula. Transcript (PDF)Transcript (Interactive)
Aimi Hamraie

Aimi Hamraie

2022-07-0401:11:13

Aimi Hamraie (they/them) is Associate Professor of Medicine, Health, & Society and American Studies at Vanderbilt University, and director of the Critical Design Lab. Trained as a feminist scholar, Hamraie’s interdisciplinary research spans critical disability studies, science and technology studies, critical design and urbanism, critical race theory, and the environmental humanities. They are author of Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability and host of the Contra* podcast on disability and design. Transcript (PDF)Transcript (Interactive)
Timothy Bardlavens

Timothy Bardlavens

2022-06-2701:13:42

Timothy Bardlavens is chaotic good in its purest form. He is a Gay, Black man from the Carolinas, the youngest son of a single mother and everything institutional trauma and oppression says you cannot be or become. He is a Design Leader, a Cultural Strategist, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) specialist, a Fellowship Co-Founder, a writer and International Speaker & Facilitator.Transcript (interactive)Transcript (PDF)
Chancey Fleet

Chancey Fleet

2022-06-2001:09:16

Chancey Fleet is a Brooklyn-based tech educator and activist who identifies as Blind. Chancey is the Assistive Technology Coordinator at the New York Public Library. In that role, she curates accessible technology in the branch, collaborates across the NYPL system to improve equity of access, and coordinates a diverse team of staff and volunteers who provide one-to-one tech coaching and group workshops, free of charge and open to all. Through a 2017 NYPL Innovation grant, she founded and maintains the Dimensions Project, a free open lab for the exploration and creation of accessible images, models and data representations through tactile graphics, 3d models and nonvisual approaches to coding, CAD and “visual” arts. Transcript (interactive)Transcript (PDF)
Jutta Treviranus

Jutta Treviranus

2022-06-1001:09:09

Matt kicks off the series with an interview with his mentor and advisor, Jutta Treviranus. Jutta is the director of the Inclusive Design Research Centre and a professor in the Faculty of Design at OCAD University.Transcript (interactive)Transcript (PDF)
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