By Terry Fusyuan Wang (@tofus)
While many open-source projects are initiated by engineers who aim to create accessible and free software, they often overlook usability and accessibility. In our opinion, every open-source project needs designers to ensure that the end product is user-friendly and accessible to everyone. In this session, we will draw on experiences from a design contributor who has worked with the g0v Taiwan community on open-source projects. Showing feasible ways for designers (or even not-designers) to contribute their design to open-source community.
Terry Fusyuan Wang (@tofus)
19-year-old designer at National Taiwan University and econ student at National Taipei University, human who loves to dive into cool stuff, especially human, community and design. Think accessibility and successibility matters.
Recently contributing design to g0v Taiwan with 2 years experience, a civic tech community driven by open-source enthusiasts. Design for community infrastructures like da0, and also contribute various kinds of design like UX, brand, and graphic design.
"In high school, I began my journey into product design. Now, I'm still trying to design for everyone, making it possible for everyone to get involved in the world."