Faculty in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington in Seattle collaborate throughout the university and beyond on their research.
Human-computer interaction in scientific collaborations; computer-supported cooperative work; eScience, visualization; visual analytics, eye tracking.
Engineering education; engineering design learning; students as emerging engineering professionals; the use of education research to improve student learning.
Interaction design; human-computer interaction; physical computing; STEM and design education; secondary education outreach.
Information design with a special focus on innovative documents for 21st century literacy; software user assistance; problems in slideware design.
Strategic management of information and communication systems; risk and resilience; safety and security systems; visual analytics.
Technology enhanced language learning; online language learning; second language acquisition; sociolinguistics; international communication.
Human-computer interaction; human-centered computing; supporting record-keeping and reflection; computing for healthy living and learning.
Design for digital inclusion; computer-mediated communication; educational/ business/social gaming; information and communication technology (ICT).
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Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW); human-computer interaction (HCI); science and technology studies (STS): design processes.
Social computing; selective exposure and political diversity online; systems to support health and wellness; persuasive technology.
User research and usability research methods (e.g., experience sampling, eye-tracking); the mobile user experience.
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Critical design; craft/DIY/hacking; human-computer interaction (HCI); science and technology studies (STS).
The effect of information design in online spaces on the user experience; remote user assessment methods; international communication.
Human-computer interaction; computer supported cooperative work; crisis informatics; human computation; crowdsourcing.
Technology-enhanced language learning; second language acquisition; Japanese linguistics; international technical communication.
User-centered design; design processes and strategies; human-computer interaction; engineering education; educating reflective practitioners, and technology adaption.
Human-computer interaction; communicative practices of organizations; social computing; rhetoric of technology.