Dr Simone Stumpf, a Senior Lecturer in SMCSE’s Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design (HCID), leads a webinar on the GenderMag method in collaboration with Oregon State University.

By Mr John Stevenson (Senior Communications Officer), Published

Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design within the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering (SMCSE), at City, Dr Simone Stumpf, will lead an interactive webinar, “Making technology gender-inclusive through GenderMag”, on Wednesday, 13th May from 2-4pm (BST).

Dr Stumpf’s work, in collaboration with Oregon State University, led to the development of the GenderMag method, which is now used by companies around the world to tackle issues in technology.

Participants will learn: The scale of the gender-inclusion problem; Motivations and benefits for focusing on gender-inclusion; The state-of-the-art on gender; How to apply the GenderMag method to identify and fix gender-inclusion issues; and, How to embed GenderMag in organisations.

This webinar is suitable for CEOs, CTOs and VPs; those leading software development, web development, UX, accessibility and/or user research teams; product managers and product owners; QA professionals; technologists; enterprise strategists; and innovation leaders.

All webinar attendees will receive a copy of the ebook, The GenderMag Kit: How to Use the GenderMag Method.

To register for the event, please visit this weblink.