Maggie Considine

Researcher

Maggie brings a background in psychology and human factors research with experience in both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her experience as a behavioral therapist, where she gathered insights from children with Autism, and working with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia, translates to a unique passion for product accessibility and usability. Maggie has a BA in Psychology from Butler University.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I worked as a behavioral therapist for children with Autism and they taught me just as much, if not more, than I taught them.

Your favorite part of working at Bold Insight:

The atmosphere! Everyone is so kind and always willing to help you get to where you want to be!

Favorite quote:

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” ~Maya Angelou

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

Chicago! There’s always something going on, but it is also where my friends and family are.

You cannot start the day without doing this:

Snoozing my “early” alarm at least once.

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include:

Jason Derulo, Ryan Reynolds, Luke Combs, and Mariska Hargitay

Best piece of advice you’ve been given:

Learn to forgive and forget.

What fictional family would you like to join?

The Madrigal family
Read Maggie's bold insights
January 25, 2023

With a few considerations and thoughtful planning, research that includes the a11y community can effectively collect data while ensuring a respectful participant experience to help design products that meet the needs of all users.

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