We are researchers who can uncover data and interdisciplinary thinking to inform your project’s equity goals.
Interviews that include diverse perspectives, navigate perceptions and assumptions, and avoid stereotyping can overcome biases.
Focused groups can shine a light on the knowledge, wisdom, and experiences of community members and help identify design interventions.
Community engaged research provides a platform for community voices to lead the development of design solutions.
Mapping along with storytelling can be used as tools for understanding where and in what form resources need to be allocated to bring change.
The study of precedents along with an in-depth interdisciplinary literature review can inform the development of detailed programmatic guidelines.
Comparing the experiences of groups in a controlled setting can be springboards for more targeted design interventions.