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Inadvertently racist products are still a common problem in modern interface design despite the best of their designer’s intentions. This lecture was for Roger Grice’s Introduction to HCI class at RPI, Spring 2014, and it covers the importance of a diverse range of users to test new designs. Without including a wide range of ages, genders, and races in testing, products will not respond to various phenotypes.

Avoiding Racist Designs

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