Lise Capet

Inclusive Product and Technology Designer
617-695-1225 X. 231 (TTY/V)

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Lise earned a Master in Industrial design in Belgium in 2008. During her study, she focused most of her projects on user-centered products, designed to improve the lives of the users. She has always had a keen interest in sustainable design and design for social equity.

She worked in design studio across the Globe, gathering diverse design perspectives in the fields of furniture and lighting design in London; packaging and graphic design in France; fashion design in Reykjavik; and product design at Tupperware in Belgium.

Her passion for User-Centered approach and Inclusive design leads her to Boston where she started working at IHCD in 2011. Combining a unique expertise on the latest inclusive technologies with a product designer sensibility, she became specialized in Web and mobile Accessibility.

Her recent projects include: Developing an interactive I-pad tool for Accessibility evaluation. Creation of a new user-friendly website for the IHCD store, creation of the User/expert Lab and the design of a multisensory space for the Shift Boston competition

Also founder of a series of conference on Design for humanitarian relief, organized in collaboration with MIT and the technical university of TU Delft she has a passion for solving world problem through innovation.