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Dr Joy Goodman-Deane (nee Goodman)
- B.A.(Hons), Mathematics and Computation, Oxford University, 1996
- PhD, Computing Science, Glasgow University, 2002
Joy Goodman-Deane is a Research Associate in the Inclusive Design group. Her research looks at how to enable companies to design more inclusive products, i.e. products that are suitable for a wider range of people, including those who are older or have disabilities. As part of the i~design 2 and 3 projects, she has been involved in producing a range of tools to support inclusive design. These include the Impairment Simulators and Exclusion Calculator, which can be found on the Inclusive Design Toolkit. She has also helped to design and analyse a pilot survey for gathering capability data on the UK population that is well suited for use in design.
- Inclusive design
- Product and communciations design process
- Design tools and education
- Human computer interaction (HCI)
- Designing for an aging population
- GOODMAN-DEANE, J., WALLER, S. SARHAN, A. CALDWELL, N. and CLARKSON P.J. (2011). Simulation software: Providing insight into the effects of vision and hearing impairments In: Proceedings of Include 2011, Helen Hamlyn Centre, London.
- GOODMAN-DEANE J., LANGDON, P. and CLARKSON, J. (2010). Key Influences on the User-Centred Design Process. Journal of Engineering Design 21(2-3), pp. 345-373, April-June 2010.
- WALLER, S., GOODMAN-DEANE, J., LANGDON, P., JOHNSON, D. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2009). Developing a Method for Assessing Product Inclusivity. ICED '09 (International Conference on Engineering Design). Stanford, CA, USA, Aug 2009.
- MORRIS, A., GOODMAN, J. and BRADING, H. (2007). Internet use and non-use: views of older users. To appear in Universal Access in the Information Society 6(1), 2007.
- GOODMAN, J., DONG, H., LANGDON, P. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2006). Increasing the Uptake of Inclusive Design in Industry. Gerontechnology, Special Issue on Universal Design, 2006.
- GOODMAN, J., LANGDON, P.M. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2006). Equipping Designers for Inclusive Design. Gerontechnology 4(4), March 2006.
- GOODMAN, J., BREWSTER, S. and GRAY, P.(2005) 'How can we best use landmarks to support older people in navigation?' Behaviour and Information Technology 24(1), Special Issue on HCI in Mobile Guides. Taylor and Francis, Jan-Feb 2005, pp. 3-20.
- A fuller list can be found on the research part of Joy's personal home page.
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