TRACK 2: Creating a Path to Human-Centered Engineering with Ginger Chien
In this episode, Ginger Chien, Device Architect at AT&T Mobility, shares how she combines her innovative spirit with a strong commitment to a human-centered approach in Engineering. With an impressive portfolio including 70+ patents covering a variety of fields, she’s responsible for defining AT&T Mobility’s technical requirements for mobile devices.
The core of Ginger’s practice revolves around balancing creativity with the needs of end-users. Stressing the need for a human-centered approach that focuses on incorporating UX principles in Engineering and empathy in the design process, she discusses strategies for making products and services more accessible and inclusive for diverse user groups.
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TRACK 1: Inclusive Design in Action with Rahul Lindberg Sen
In this episode, Rahul Lindberg Sen (Volvo Cars) discusses with us inclusive design in action.
TRACK 3: Valuing Every Voice with Batsirai Madzonga
In this episode, Batsirai Madzonga (Al Hilal Bank) talks about valuing voices and strategies for inclusive design.