Professor - Centre for HCI Design
In this talk I will share insights from the INCA project alongside Abi Roper and present research about tools to support inclusive digital content for people with aphasia.
Stephanie is a Professor in Human-Computer Interaction and Co-Director of the Centre for HCI Design, a specialist research centre within the Department of Computer Science. Her research focuses on digital technologies for healthcare, creative and inclusive interaction design, user experience and technology enhanced learning. She is principal investigator for INCA, an EPSRC-funded project that is investigating digital content creation and curation tools for people with aphasia. She is also co-investigator on the EVA projects, funded by The Stroke Association and The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia, which are exploring accessible virtual worlds for people with aphasia.