Chancey Fleet presenting at Data & Society on June 5, 2019

Dark Patterns in Accessibility Tech

Speaker: Chancey Fleet
Date recorded: Jun 5, 2019
The state of non-visual access to everyday digital interactions is a trouble map that deserves more exploration by technologists working in the public interest.

Chancey Fleet, a Brooklyn-based accessibility advocate, coordinates technology education programs at the New York Public Library‚Äôs Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library. Chancey was recognized as a 2017 “Library Journal” Mover and Shaker. She writes and presents to disability rights groups, policy-makers, and professionals about the intersections of disability and technology. During her fellowship at Data & Society, she worked to advance public understanding of and explore best practices for visual interpreter services as well as other technologies for accessibility whose implications resonate with the broader global conversations about digital equity, data ethics, and privacy. She proudly serves as the Vice President of the National Federation of the Blind of New York.