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Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design at University of Washington

Learn to design the user experiences of tomorrow

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Important Dates

AUG

16

Capstone Presentations

3:30pm - 6:30pm PDT

Students present their capstone work in downtown Seattle Public Library Microsoft Auditorium. No registration required.

SEP

17

Immersion Studio

Incoming Class of 2019 kicks off their year of learning in this week-long intensive studio.

OCT

Applications will be accepted for Fall 2019

You will soon be able to apply for the Class of 2020. Applications will be due January 15, 2019.

MHCI+D News

Student Case Study

Lux: Circadian Rhythm Regulation for Atypical Shift Workers

In their first quarter in the MHCI+D program, this student team learned about the balance between creativity and usability.

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In The News

UW's DUB Community a Big Presence at CHI 2018

Many faculty and teaching assistants in the MHCI+D program presented papers at this year's international conference on HCI and design.

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Michael Smith Interviewed on Deepening Design Practice

Michael is the Program Director of MHCI+D.

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MHCI+D Professor Shares Journey of Research and Personal Health

Jennifer Mankoff is currently teaching Prototyping Studio in MHCI+D.

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UW Launches Reality Lab

This virtual reality research center will accelerate innovation by and education of the next generation of researchers and practitioners.

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UW names second CSE building the Bill & Melinda Gates Center for Computer Science & Engineering

CSE is one of four departments sponsoring the MHCI+D graduate program.

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MHCI+D Faculty Group Chair Wins IEEE Visualization Technical Achievement Award

Jeffrey Heer currently chairs the HCI+D Faculty Group and taught UIST course for 3 years.

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Four HCI Faculty to join UW this Fall

These faculty are joining the departments that sponsor the MHCI+D program.

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UW Smart Bins/Money in the Trash receives Merit award from SEGD (Society of Experimental Graphic Design)

This project originated in the 2014 MHCI+D Ideation Studio; UW Design faculty took it further.

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MHCI+D Faculty Wins ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award

Jeffrey Heer taught UIST course for 3 years and currently serves on the HCI+D Faculty Group.

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Faculty and alumni on the innovative MHCI+D program

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