Susann Keohane

By Susann Keohane on December 8, 2016

Tour the IBM “Aging in Place” Environment

According to the United Nations, the number of people aged 60 years or older is projected to grow by 56 percent by 2030. To help improve eldercare resulting from this rapidly growing demographic, IBM has opened a new “Aging in Place” environment in its Research Lab in Austin designed to mimic the types of interactions […]

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By Susann Keohane on March 11, 2016

Aging and the Internet of Caring Things

We’re getting old and living longer. Most Americans, in fact, want to live to be 100. In many countries, there are more elderly people than children for the first time in history. This is creating a societal crisis as many countries face the challenge of supporting an aging population with increasing costs of healthcare and […]

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By Susann Keohane on December 2, 2015

Three Ways to Improve DevOps to Ensure Accessibility

Designing and developing accessible solutions has become critical for organizations – from business processes to product development. With a renewed focus on human-centered design, I am often asked, “How can we effect change in an organization’s DevOps to ensure accessibility is integrated from the outset?” There are many ways to achieve a positive effect for […]

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