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#SDF2015 DESIGN FOR EQUITY  |  SEPTEMBER 12-25

Block Party
Saturday, September 12 - Sunday September 13, 10am - 6pm
Occidental Park, 300 Occidental Ave S. 98104

PARK(ing) Day
Friday, September 18, 10am - 7pm
Citywide

Conference
Saturday, September 19, 930am - 6pm
Seattle Central Public Library, 1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

Partner Programs
Daily
Citywide 

Closing Party
Friday, September 25
Surface Theory, 536 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104 

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Friday, September 18 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
WORKSHOP - Game and Play Access for Children with Disabilities

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Inviting makers/doers/designers/partners with a heart!

The Taskar Center for Accessible Technology, as part of the University of Washington Department of Computer Science and Engineering, connects the University research community with end users from very early design stages, holding regular prototype troubleshooting sessions and interactive design labs to promote participatory, equitable design practices. We are partnering with community makers, developers, designers and innovators to be part of our process. This session will introduce interested community partners to the Taskar Center and a few of our end users.

Come learn how you can be a maker/designer to enhance quality of life for a child with disabilities! (expecting partners of all ages and sizes!)

Program Partners
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Taskar Center for Accessible Technology

University of Washington, Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
Established in 2014, the Taskar Center for Accessible Technology (TCAT) strives to promote independence, quality of life and inclusion for people with physical and speech impairments. We aim to enhance access to everyday technologies through the development of user-focused novel interfaces, the addition of sensors and input devices to existing technologies, and the promotion of accessible design practices in engineering processes. | Being part... Read More →