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Jesse Flint

Senior HF Researcher

Jesse has an extensive background in research and a passion for working side by side with users. He has worked with a broad range of users from law enforcement officers to students with accessibility needs. Jesse brings experience defining user needs through front-end analysis, as well as, measuring the impacts of implementation through effectiveness evaluations. He has a MS in Cognitive Psychology with a focus on auditory sensation and perception, signal detection theory, eye tracking, and training needs.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I am a geek for all things science fiction, fantasy, horror, and animation.

Your favorite city in the world is...and why?

Madrid, because I lived there for a year as a high school exchange student.

In your spare time (or if you had spare time), you would absolutely do this:

Hike on nature trails (especially anywhere the wildlife is front and center).

Share an interesting fact or a special skill:

I used to host 2 science fiction radio shows, ran a library, and was the art show coordinator for a major convention.

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include...

Salvador Dalí, Alan Tudyk, Niel Peart, and Albert Einstein.

Long-term personal or professional goal:

I would like to visit as many countries as possible.

What would be your most valuable zombie apocalypse skill?

Finding the biggest and meanest person to hide behind.

What superpower would you most want?

The ability to cook anything well, no matter how difficult.

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Three ways UX research supports accessible product design

Designing accessible products through UX research can create better user experiences for all when researchers are knowledgeable about accessibility and accessible designs, recruit those with a wide range of accessibility needs throughout the UX process, and offer accessible participation options like in-home testing.

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