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- Half of participants will be deaf.
- BiT is working on hiring/booking ASL interpreters -
- hoping to have 3 or 4 interpreters - is that enough? Will need at least 4
- Would help to know if participants want/use ASL or not, or use other means of communicating
- Could group deaf participants together so that we don’t need an interpreter during the small group work - just to relay information to and from the group
- Will have a better idea as we confirm the participants
- What about captioning?
- Waiting to ask participants about their preferences may be waiting too long to book someone
- BiT team knows someone who might be willing to be on standby
- What about auto-captioning? It probably doesn’t work that well
- Between 15-20 participants.
- Likely no low-vision or blind participants
- 5-6 returning participants
- Mix of returning, deaf community and hearing folks, social position and employment relations for academia and art
- Want to group participants according to “what they do in the world”/how they might use the platform
- Because we want them to develop user story(s) based on shared experiences
- May end up having a lot of artists - will probably break them into 2 groups
- Site map and mockups - tactile version?
- Site map - Blocks that can be moved around
- Mockups - create something in Google slides and have a station at each table so folks can work digitally if they want to - to move the blocks around?
- Let’s stick to physical printouts, since we tried using Google Draw last time and no one used it
- BiT is organising the food - we can send contact info for our caterer
- 3rd activity, co-design the session - summarize them for the folks and see what they are interested in
- Prepare a list of questions