Dr. Deb Fels
Dr. Deborah Fels holds a B.A.Sc., M.H.Sc., Ph.D., and a P.Eng. She is a professor at the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, and is the Director of the IMDC at Ryerson University. Her research expertise includes human factors, user interface design, and inclusive media design, with an emphasis on access to entertainment for people with disabilities.
Carmen Branje is a professor at the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science at Centennial College. He holds a B.Sc. and a M.M.Sc. from Ryerson University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. He has been involved in research on the use of IT to help people with disabilities, including Live Describe and the Vibrochord.
Margot earned her B.F.A. with a minor in philosophy from York University, her M.A. from the University of Toronto and her Initial Teachers Certificate from OISE. Her research interests include media literacy, critical disability studies, and accessible design, with an emphasis on access to arts for people with sensory disabilities. In her free time she rides tandem bicycles with people who are B/LV.
Dr. Paula Gardner holds a B.A. and M.A. in Recreation and Leisure Studies and a Ph.D. in Public Health. She is an Affiliate Scientist at the Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation. Her research expertise includes participatory, community-based and critical qualitative methodologies with an emphasis on mobility device use and active transportation for seniors and people with disabilities.
Katie is a Ph.D. student in the Human Factors program in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. She is currently exploring how gamified social eportfolio applications in mixed reality settings can improve the quality of life of people who use mobility devices.
Gregory Dolinar is a Masters of Management (M.M.Sc) student at Ryerson University. His area of expertise is in Human Factors, Inclusive Design and Accessibility. He is a fellow researcher on the Mobility Games project and has an undergraduate degree from the University of Guelph.
Kelvin is a graduate from the Computer Science Co-op program at Ryerson University. He specializes in Android appliction development with numerous self-driven projects, including Ryerson University Social and University Campus Assistance Tools.
Jamal is a programmer who works on the Scooter Game by day, and hacks away as a developer on his own projects by night. Almost anything that's a mashup of the web, video and programming piques his interest. In his spare time he enjoys well-written TV shows and movies.
Noel holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and is pursuing a diploma in Software Engineering: Game Development at Centennial College. Noel endeavours to be an entrepreneur and visionary in software engineering and is experienced in commercial mobile and application development.
Majura is a graduate from the Software Engineering Interactive Gaming and the Mobile Application Development and Testing Programs at Centennial College. He has worked on mobile projects such as Magnusmode and Mortgage Calculator App. He is the UI developer for the Scooter Game.