Several madarin oranges with faces drawn on them are sitting on a wooden table. The one nearest to the camera has large dark eyes and is smiling, behind and to the side of it is one with a squiggly mouth. The faces are reminiscent of jack-of-lanterns.

Design for People

Person-centered tools that consider the needs and experiences of the user and design equity are foremost.

Rachel has experience customizing alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) interfaces for individual users and to facilitate social interaction and is involved with designs that investigate tools to support independence and success for neurodiverse users and welcoming respect the neurotypical population.