In our previous accessibility post, The Cost of Waiting: Why to Fix Accessibility From Day 1, we discussed the importance of including the design and user experience (UX) teams in the accessible design process from Day 1. Accessibility is one important way of planning and mapping out your users’ experience. When we bring accessibility concerns to the entire team at the start of a project, we design with accessibility in mind.
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"Obstacles are what you see only when you lose sight of your goals."
Landi joined the Pixo team as our Support Engineer Intern in 2013, as she was finishing up her Computer Engineering degree at the University of Illinois. As soon as she stepped off the graduation stage, Pixo snatched her up! As Pixo’s Support Engineer, she is responsible for our extensive Technical Support and End User Help Desk.
Landi grew up in Chicago and taught martial arts. She has been training since she was 8 years old. Landi has been instrumental in many outreach programs to get young women and underrepresented students interested in Engineering. Every summer, she teaches Computer Science to high school girls at the GAMES camp – hosted by Women In Engineering at the U of I.
C, C++, Python, Eagle, LC3 Assembly, x86 Assembly, AutoCAD, Camtasia, HTML, PHP, MYSQL, Wiki Markup Language
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – B.S. in Computer Engineering
Pixo, 2013-Present – Support Engineer
University of Illinois Girls Adventure in Math, Engineering & Science, 2008-Present – Robotics Coordinator, Computer Science Coordinator, Lab Assistant, Counselor
University of Illinois Women in Engineering, 2013 – Office Support Associate
University of Illinois Micro & Nanotechnology Laboratory, 2010 – Curriculum Developer