Workshop

Schedule of Parallel Workshop

 

Time: 02:15 PM-05:00 PM (GMT + 7)

 

The maximum participants of each workshop : 20 Participants

 

Information about Workshop

 

Session A

 

Topic: Designing ICT Applications for Hearing-Impaired People in Asia

 

This is a virtual usability workshop is focused on designing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) applications for hearing-impaired users in Asia. It includes invited talks, a case study and a panel discussion on collaborative research work in Asia. It is expected that this workshop will facilitate the research collaboration among researchers across the world, working with assistive technologies in near future.

 

Workshop Schedule – (2:15 Hours)

§ Introduction – Dr. Ganesh Bhutkar – 10 min

§ Invited Talk 1: Accessibility Standards and Guidelines for Hearing Impaired People – Prof. Dhananjay Bhole – 30 min

§ Invited Talk 2: Challenges, Errors& Usability Issues faced by Hearing Impaired Users – Dr. Shrikant Salve – 20 min

§ Case Study: SoundAlert: Prototype of Accessibility App – Mohammad Nasim, Sumit Jadhav & Dr. Ganesh Bhutkar – 25 min

§ Break –05 min

§ Panel Discussion – Collaborative Researchin Asia45 min

§ VIT, Pune (INDIA) – Prof. Dhiraj Jadhav & Dr. Ganesh Bhutkar

§ BINUS University, Jakarta (INDONESIA) – Dr. Yohannes Kurniawan & Prof. Johan

§ UPM, Kuala Lumpur (MALAYSIA)–Dr. Azrina Kamaruddin

§ BUK, Kabul (AFGHANISTAN) – Mr. Sayyed Moh Nasim Ibrahim

§ ZUJ, Amman (JORDAN)Dr. FuadAli El-Qirem (Invited Panelist)

§ NSU, Dhaka (BANGLADESH) – Dr. Nova Ahmed (Invited Panelist)

 

For more info and Registration:  Registration Link

 

Workshop Organizers:

Chair:             

Dr Ganesh Bhutkar, VIT, Pune, INDIA

 

Co-Chair:        

Dr Yohannes Kurniawan, BINUS University, Jakarta, INDONESIA

 

Members:     

Dr. Azrina Kamaruddin, UPM, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

Dr. Shrikant Salve, MITAOE, Pune, INDIA

Prof. Dhananjay Bhole, SPPU, Pune, INDIA

Prof. Dhiraj Jadhav, VIT, Pune, INDIA 

Prof. Johan, Binus Univ, Jakarta, INDONESIA

Mr. Sayyed Moh Nasim Ibrahim, BUK, Kabul, AFGHANISTAN

Mr. Sumit Jadhav, VIT, Pune, INDIA 

 

 

 

 

Session B

 

Topic: Trusted Tester Panels in Emerging Markets

 

Description

This 3 hour workshop at CHI uXiD (https://chiuxid.org/) invites HCI and UX designers, researchers, students, software professionals, and market researchers to contribute to the emerging area of trusted tester panels in emerging markets.

Goal
CHI workshop attendees at CHI uXiD can expect to learn about creating user panels and best practices in utilizing a research method for emerging markets from several organizations. When studying emerging markets there is a range of literacy, cultural, and geographic factors to understand. Creating user panels in emerging markets can be difficult. We seek to gather examples and case studies,  and share expertise on how to adapt the trusted tester methodology to emerging markets.

 

For more info and Registration: Registration Link

 

Workshop Organizers:

·      Julie Schiller is a UX researcher and leader at Google. She has led and contributed to teams in both software and human factors. She has two masters degrees, one in HCI from University College London and one in Industrial Engineering from University of Michigan. Julie has worked at organizations such as Facebook, Ford, and the British Broadcasting Company. She is a Senior Member of the ACM. In her current work she leads Google’s UX culture and community across Asia Pacific.

·      Muzayun Mukhtar is a product researcher at the Next Billion Users (NBU) team at Google. Her research work lies at the intersection of economic development, trust and hyperlocal online communities in emerging markets. In the past, she has worked in domains like public healthcare, agriculture and information management. She earned a masters degree with focus on product design research in Italy and before that her post-graduate degree at NID India.

 

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