Abigail Stangl
PhD Student

Abigale Stangl studies how people design assistive technologies, accessible media, and meaningful learning experiences for people with visual impairments. She facilitates the design of curriculum to support fabrication and learning, multi-modal literacies and 3D printing accessible materials. She holds a Masters of Science in Information Communication Technology for Development (ICTD) from the ATLAS Institute at CU-Boulder, a graduate diploma in Landscape Studies from Lincoln University, and a Bachelors of Environmental Design from CU-Boulder. She is a founding director of the Visionaria Peru program, an initiative to support clean cooking and women’s empowerment in Peru. Her advisor is Tom Yeh, assistant professor of computer science.


The SEL Transition Wheel: Designing for Early Childhood Social Emotional Learning

FluxMarker: Enhancing Tactile Graphics with Dynamic Tactile Markers

Transcribing Across the Senses: Community Efforts to Create 3D Printable Accessible Tactile Pictures for Young Children with Visual Impairments

Write, Design, and 3D Print Tactile Stories for Visually Impaired: Critical Making in a Middle School Classroom

NatureNet: a model for crowdsourcing the design of citizen science systems

Tactile Picture Books for Young Children with Visual Impairment, WiP Poster and Abstract

Technology to Support Emergent Literacy Skills in Young Children with Visual Impairments

Moodcasting: home as shared emotional space