ALS & Eye-Tracking

This self-initiated research project delves into the interplay between graphic design and its potential to enhance the lives of those affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The core of this investigation revolves around the strategic integration of graphic design principles within the domain of eye-tracking supported interfaces.
Through a multidisciplinary lens encompassing graphic design, human-computer interaction, and medical science, the study aims to articulate a nuanced framework that not only accommodates the functional requirements of eye-tracking technologies but also champions user-centric design methodologies, fostering enhanced communication and accessibility for ALS patients.