Design researcher, list maker, photographer and alt print maker interested in the intersection of art and science. In the spring of 2023, I completed my MS in Information Studies at UT Austin where I focused my studies on accessibility and user research and wrote my thesis on accessibility in art museums.
Denise Dicks completed her MFA in Creative Writing at Virginia Commonwealth University and her MS Information Studies at University of Texas at Austin. After a career working in education and non-profits, she decided to shift her focus to design research and accessibility, wanting to contribute to the efforts of accessibility advocates in making a more inclusive and equitable world.
Creating digital tech—whether it be videogames or apps—that makes a real impact on human flourishing is hard! Luckily, at the GEMH Lab we have amassed many lessons learned, tips, tricks and caveats over the years of our existence. All of which we aim to bring together in the Bloombox: a toolkit for creating transformative tech.
Scholten, H., & Granic, I. (2019). Journal of Medial Internet Research, 21(1), e11528. doi: 10.2196/11528
Author: Hanneke Scholten
Upload date: 06-16-2020