Meet the dedicated HCI and Design faculty who built the program and the staff that support it
The Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design program was founded by DUB, a research center and grassroots alliance of faculty, students, researchers, and industry partners interested in Human Computer Interaction & Design research and education at the University of Washington. The program is overseen by the HCI+D Interdisciplinary Faculty Group which is composed of two dub-involved faculty from each of our four sponsoring academic units.
HCI+D Interdisciplinary Faculty Group
Human-Computer interaction, computing education, software engineering
Design, industrial design, interaction design, new media
Human-computer interaction, value sensitive design
Science and Technology Studies (STS), information studies; cyberinfrastructures (CI).
Data visualization; Interactive data analysis; Social computing; Human-computer interaction.
Social computing; selective exposure and political diversity online; systems to support health and wellness; persuasive technology.
Human-computer interaction, intelligent user interfaces, cross-cultural usability of technology.
Interaction design in urban environments; Human rights, environmental justice, and community empowerment.
Associate Director of Academic Services
Graduate Academic and Career Advisor
Graduate Staff Assistants
Career Conference Coordinator
DUB Video & Equipment Support