Trans Competent Interaction Design: A Qualitative Study on Voice, Identity, and Technology

  title={Trans Competent Interaction Design: A Qualitative Study on Voice, Identity, and Technology},
  author={Alex A. Ahmed},
  journal={Interacting with Computers},
Increasing attention is being paid to applications of HCI that center on identity and social justice. Much of this work is influenced by Feminist HCI, a set of design orientations that critique dominant research paradigms and support the development of systems informed by feminist theory. However, the field has largely ignored the lived experiences of transgender people. I review the sociopolitical context of this issue, focusing on feminism’s exclusion of trans people and critical health… CONTINUE READING


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