Stacey is a game accessibility specialist and educator, with a passion for inclusion and amplifying disabled voices in the industry.
Stacey has spent the last few years consulting on gaming accessibility with a particular interest in cognitive accessibility, using their own lived experience with fibromyalgia, joint hypermobility syndrome, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and autism to help inform and educate developers. Now a retired content creator, their history as a Twitch streamer gave them a wealth of experience speaking at events and advocating for disabled creators, which helped with their eventual foray into public speaking on accessibility at events such as GDC, GRUX and GAconf. Stacey has also worked closely with Can I Play That?, the leading destination for game accessibility news and reviews, to develop and teach accessible community management. Stacey continues to offer these workshops under their new name: Minimap.
An aspiring assassin and lover of all things spooky, Stacey loves action-adventure, stealth, horror, and the occasional cosy game. Okay, a lot of cosy games. Stacey loves walks in the woods with her two rescue dogs, fantasy novels, blankets and lots and lots of tea.