You can view the decks from Lauren’s past presentations through her Notist profile.
Inclusive Research. A 45-minute overview of why and how to conduct research and testing accessible to people with disabilities.
Inclusive Research. A 25-minute overview of reasons to conduct research accessible to people with disabilities and a few basic tips on how to make research methodologies inclusive.
Inclusive Research. A 35-minute Deep Dive Talk as part of a 2-day user experience conference in Munich, Germany. Discussing reasons why and how to conduct inclusive UX research to inform inclusive UX design.
Boosting Bias Your Immunity. A breakout session discussing types of biases and ways to overcome them in product and business decisions. Participants will each be given a card describing a common bias, discuss their experience with said bias, and start a group discussion on how the bias can be avoided in the future.
Inclusive Research. A half-day workshop on conducting qualitative research with participants with disabilities. Discussing reasons why it is important to do, how to recruit inclusively, and how to conduct online and offline research inclusively. Co-presented with accessibility expert, Mary Elizabeth Sullivan.
At this conference for designers and content strategists, Lauren gave a talk about managing bias in qualitative research, quantitative research, and everyday decision making titled “Boosting Your Bias Immunity.’ Here is a video of the presentation.
Lauren presented “Survey Says! UX for Surveys” at this digital marketing conference in 2018. Slides and video are not available from the conference, but the scores received were good enough to be invited to another Digital Summit in Denver, Colorado.
This was Lauren’s first time speaking at a conference. She gave a talk about applying UX principals to survey design to an audience of web designers, developers, and researchers in 2017. View the slides.