Hi everyone, my name is Aditi Khazanchi, and I am a senior in the new aided design program at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. And originally from India, I came to the U.S. at the age of 18 to study design, and I am really passionate about traveling, and getting to know different cultures, different traditions, and how that kind of overlaps with inclusive design in emerging technologies. For my design process, it really changes based on what the project goal and the project brief is, but one constant for me, regardless of that, is the importance of asking questions - regardless of what stage of the design process you're in. And so it's just a general structure of my design process, it usually starts by setting an understanding context. So really diving deep into research of your users - user studies, user surveys - understanding what the technology landscape is like, what the market, the product is going to be is like. So doing competitive analysis for that, and also diving deep into research journals, or articles, or papers, that are relevant to my project's topic. And this research helps me set my project goals and scope. And then from there, I start doing various concepts and making sketches and mockups and wire frames that address my project goals. And I also might turn those wire frames or sketches into lo-fi prototypes, to kind of get initial feedback from my users about my direction and concepts. And that leads me to my last stage which is the implementation stage, where I basically do a lot of iterations and create the final mockups. And the final outcome of the project depends on what the type of the project is. So it could be just final designs, it could be animations of the design, or I could make a prototype or even code the final output.