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In the User-Centered Service Design for IT-convergence (ITC201) class, led by Prof. Youn-kyung Lim and Prof. Alice Oh (School of Computing, KAIST), five interdisciplinary teams of ID & CS undergraduate students designed IT-based services for accommodating users with attribute-based, as well as context-dependent, disabilities. Among five well-designed projects, team Sparkle! (Sungwon Cho, Jonghyuk Jung, Cheolho Jeon, and Sungbae Kim) was selected as the representative of KAIST and presented their work at Microsoft Design Expo 2015, which was held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA, US in the last week of July. Team Sparkle! successfully finished their presentation in the expo and received?‘Most Colorful’ award. Design expo presentation video: http://research.microsoft.com/apps/video/default.aspx?id=254925
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