Accessibility-focused designer of immersive and non-immersive digital products
Ren Tyler is an accessibility-focused digital product designer on a mission to make sure that digital products don’t suck for people with disabilities. Everyone deserves efficiency, effectiveness, and enjoyment.
As part of XR Access –– which is committed to making augmented (AR), mixed (MR), and virtual (VR) reality accessible to people with disabilities –– she strives for everyone to be able to enjoy the awesomeness of a non-sucky immersive world. After all, extended reality (XR) should extend to all people.
Wielding her incisive UX blade and trusty UI shield, and delivered by her steadfast QA steed, Ren champions the marginalized while still placating the two-headed beast that is business requirements and technical constraints. Perhaps her greatest asset, though, is a keen, interdisciplinary, and cross-pollinating mind. The connections she sees and correlations she makes leave most folk wondering, “What manner of sorcery is responsible for such a badass solution?”
What’s not a mystery is Ren’s love of movies so awful that they’re awesome, 1980s style remixes of songs not from the 1980s, and –– most importantly –– designers, developers, and business leaders who remove the barriers that hinder people with disabilities from having great experiences when using digital products.
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