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Frank Elavsky

PhD student and researcher, Carnegie Mellon University

Frank is a PhD student and researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and consultant whose past collaborations include Apple's Human-Centered Machine Learning research group, Microsoft, Visa, Project Jupyter, Fizz Studio, and more. Frank's work lies at the intersection of data interaction and accessibility, making analytical work more accessible for and alongside people with disabilities. He is the author of Chartability, a framework for helping practitioners evaluate the accessibility of their data visualizations and creator of Data Navigator, a tool that helps creators make their interactive visualizations more accessible for users of assistive technologies.


John Slatin AccessU 2024