John Chin is interested in helping companies and organizations deliver exceptional user experiences for their products or services through strategic research and inclusive universal design. His curiosity and user insights into customer pain points help generate innovative ideas publicly documented in publications, presentations and patented designs.
In a quest for more accessible user interfaces, John has partnered and collaborated with a number of institutions including: Perkins School for the Blind, Carroll Center for the Blind, and Shepherd Center. In addition he has worked with small start ups (e.g. Visus) to productize their software applications or promote new products (e.g. Aftershokz) that improve everyday life, such as, accessible wireless headsets discussed in my blog.
John is interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). In particular, he has been supporting Montclair High School Robotics.