Frank Elavsky is a PhD student and researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University working at the intersection between data visualisation and accessibility. Before embarking on a PhD, Frank was a staff design systems engineer at Visa on their Data Experience team and lead contributor to the accessibility efforts of their first open source library, Visa Chart Components. Join us for Frank’s talk where he will discuss the uncertain space of design and how we can remediate ability assumptions in our work.