Meet the dedicated HCI and Design faculty who built and support the program
The Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design program is offered under the auspices of the dub interdisciplinary faculty group. The teaching faculty in the program will come from this group of faculty as well as from two full-time faculty members dedicated to this innovative program. The MHCI+D program is overseen by an executive committee that includes faculty from the four major dub departments.
Design and product strategy; Ethnographic research; Innovation; User-centered design.
User Experience; Interaction Design; Visual Communication; Cross-cultural Design; Business Analysis; Systems Thinking; Anthropology; Psychology; Mythology; User Research; Ideation; Spatial Design; Community Development.
MHCID Faculty Teaching in Current Year (2015-16)
User interface tools; Ubiquitous computing; Intelligent interaction.
Data visualization; Interactive data analysis; Social computing; Human-computer interaction.
Interaction design in urban environments; Human rights, environmental justice, and community empowerment.
Interaction Design; Industrial Design; Design and cognition – representation, sensemaking and decision support systems; Design methods and transdisciplinary design development; Design for high stakes settings in aviation and medicine; Mobile computing; Internet of Things.
Human-computer interaction; ubiquitous computing; health informatics.
Interaction design; Digital craft, Repair studies, Design, computing, and fieldwork around digital technology
Human and cooperative aspects of software development and design; Human-computer interaction; Software engineering.
New user interface technologies; Input and interaction techniques; Human performance with computing systems; Advancement of HCI research and design methods.