My portfolio is currently being updated. I am slowly adding back items, which should be finished soon!
Though new interface technologies like large multi-user displays and tangibles are becoming cheaper and easier to develop for, we still know very little about the implications of their use. We are developing prototypes and conducting user studies to try to learn the benefits and costs of using these technologies for collaboration, and how to use them most effectively in interaction design.
A long term open ended design project aimed at helping scientists.
The CHI 2005 Student Design Competition asked students to "design for artificial companionship to support the social well-being of seniors". We engaged in an open-ended design process aimed at creating a design that was grounded in both hci theory and reality, with heavy participation from senior citizens in the Bloomington, IN community.
As part of the Active User Interfaces group, I conducted a quantitative usability evaluation of the adaptive user modeling system in Kavanah, a medical information retrieval system.Edit this page