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Kyle Montague

Associate Professor

NorSC, Northumbria University

Biography

I am a faculty member at NorSC, Northumbria University and lead the Inclusive Design & Innovation (IDI) research group. My research spans a breadth of topics and domains with the unifying vision - to address critical social problems and challenges by designing and configuring digital technologies that empower individuals and marginalised communities. More specifically, my work seeks to democratise access to the tools and processes by which we provision technologies and services that shape society.

Interests

  • Inclusive Design
  • Accessibility
  • Digital Health

Education

  • PhD in Human-Computer Interaction, 2014

    University of Dundee

  • BSc in Applied Computing, 2009

    University of Dundee

Design Space of Nonvisual Word Completion

Co-designing word completion interfaces with blind and visually impaired people

Inclusive Design & Innovation

Research Group

Group Leader

Kyle Montague

Kyle Montague

Associate Professor

Researchers

Linnea Groot

Linnea Groot

Research Assistant

Luis Carvalho

Luis Carvalho

Research Assistant

Andrew Dow

Andrew Dow

Lecturer

Dalya Al-Shahrabi

Dalya Al-Shahrabi

Research Engineer

PhD Students

Jay Rainey

Jay Rainey

PhD Student

Aare Puussaar

Aare Puussaar

PhD Student

Delvin Varghese

Delvin Varghese

PhD Student

Abdulaziz Alderhami

Abdulaziz Alderhami

PhD Student

Peter Glick

Peter Glick

PhD Student

Visiting Researchers

Hugo Nicolau

Hugo Nicolau

Assistant Professor

Tiago Guerreiro

Tiago Guerreiro

Assistant Professor

Lesley McIntyre

Lesley McIntyre

Senior Lecturer

Alumni

Andrew Garbett

Andrew Garbett

Research Associate

Reem Talhouk

Reem Talhouk

PhD Student

Ebtisam Alabdulqader

Ebtisam Alabdulqader

PhD Student

Adam Booth

Adam Booth

Research Assistant

Sérgio Alves

Sérgio Alves

Research Assistant

Recent Publications

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Open Challenges of Blind People using Smartphones

Blind people face significant challenges when using smartphones. The focus on improving non-visual mobile accessibility has been at the …

HCI at End of Life & Beyond

Death, whilst an inevitable part of being alive, factors more significantly in our lives than the event itself. The role that …

The Design Space of Nonvisual Word Completion

Word completion interfaces are ubiquitously available in mobile virtual keyboards; however, there is no prior research on how to design …

A Call For Embedding Dignity In Humanitarian Technologies

Increasingly, technologies are being designed to support refugees. While HCI research has explored several aspects of refugee …

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