Tina Quach

Lifelong Kindergarten

 Tina Quach is an M.Eng student interested in how creative learning and digital media can be made accessible to people of different abilities. Tina’s research focuses on the intersection of accessibility and creative learning and computing.

Tina leads MIT Design for America,  a student organization dedicated user-centered design and engineering for social impact through projects.

Through internships at Google, Tina has improved the accessibility of the Chrome browser and created tools to support people developing block-based programming interfaces using Blockly. This summer, she will be interning with the MacOS Accessibility team at Apple in hopes of learning more about accessibility, assistive technology, and universal design.

 Tina Quach is an M.Eng student interested in how creative learning and digital media can be made accessible to people of different abilities. Tina’s research focuses on the intersection of accessibility and creative learning and computing.

Tina leads MIT Design for America,  a student organization dedicated user-centered design and engineering for social impact through projects.

Through internships at Google, Tina has improved the accessibility of the Chrome browser and created tools to support people developing block-based programming interfaces using Blockly. This summer, she will be interning with the MacOS Accessibility team at Apple in hopes of learning more about accessibility, assistive technology, and universal design.