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World Usability Day Issues Call for Speakers

May 2014 – The World Usability Day 2014, organized by Nomensa in Bristol, has issued a call for proposals.  The conference is focused on encouraging “sharing, learning and networking within the digital community.” The event, to be held on November 13, 2014, is meant to be a celebration of the user experience. They are looking for “high-quality session proposals from experienced speakers on Information Architecture, UX and design.” The deadline for submissions is July 4, 2014. Details regarding the submission process can be found via the link below.

Who are the assistive technology designers of the future?

The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) annual Student Design Competition (SDC) provides teams of students with the opportunity to present creative and innovative assistive technology designs that can help people with disabilities function more independently. Students from a variety of disciplines are able to participate, including: mechanical, electrical, biomedical engineering, computer information science, architecture, and physical and occupational therapy. The designs are evaluated based on originality, quality and usefulness.

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