Tyler Gindraux

User Researcher | Royal National Institute for Deaf People

Happiest in the messy middle
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Tyler (she/her) is a User Researcher with experience working on User Experience and Digital teams in UK charities. She currently conducts research at the Royal National Institute for Deaf People in the UK, where she facilitates research with deaf people and people with hearing loss to help team build accessible and useful products and services.

Her practice is grounded in participatory design, as she believes strongly in the importance of opening up design processes to involve the people who will be most impacted by services, places, and decisions. She discusses these topics in her monthly newsletter, Design With.

Tyler holds a B.S. in Economics and International Development from Tulane University and a M.A. in Industrial Design from the University of the Arts London. Outside of work, she’s a certified yoga teacher and volunteers with the Design Justice Network.

Currently listening to:
on their summer reading list:
Kelly Ann McKercher and This is HCD's “Pushing Practice” podcast