PhD student in Informatics (track: HCI). Indiana University. His research interests include visual meaning-making, immersive design, and interactive installations.
PhD student in Informatics (track: HCI). Indiana University. His research focuses on the applicability of rhetoric in interaction design and criticism, and the role of interfaces as a form of argument.
PhD student in Informatics (track: HCI), Indiana University. Her research emphasizes interdisciplinary approaches, and is focused primarily on urban computing, sustainable design, and food technology.
Associate Professor of Informatics. Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Design program of the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University, Bloomington. Visiting Professor of Interaction Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design. His scholarship and creative activity engages sustainable interaction design, design theory, visual thinking and digital imagery, and design challenge based learning.
Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University in Surrey, British Columbia. He leads a range of research projects themed within slow interaction design, the growing digitization of people's possessions, and design-oriented methods to critically investigate potential technological futures. He was co-chair of the visually-oriented Pictorials archival publication track at ACM DIS 2014.
PhD Candidate at Simon Fraser University. Her main research interests include interaction design, research through design, philosophy of technology and its relation to design practice.
Professor in the School of InteractiveArts & Technology at Simon Fraser University in BritishColumbia. He is also an Editor-in-Chief, ACMinteractions. He is Director, Interaction DesignResearch Centre, SFU. He is also appointed at theTechnical University of Eindhoven (TU/e) in theNetherlands.