Making Data & Science Simpler

My mission is to help more people make sense of complex information through tools that use visualization, structured data, and automation to contextualize data and scientific information. To do so, my research in visualization and HCI develops tools and methods that we can use to make visualizations and other aids to understanding available in online contexts where data is encountered, from reading the news, to researching facts online, to using social media.

Brief Bio

I am an Assistant Professor in the iSchool at University of Washington and an adjunct Assistant Professor at UW CSE, where I research and teach Information Visualization and HCI. I am a member of the Interactive Data Lab and the DataLab. Before this I was a postdoc at UC Berkeley Computer Science, working with Maneesh Agrawala (supported by Tableau Software). My Ph.D. and MSI are from the University of Michigan School of Information, where I worked with Eytan Adar.

Recent Publications

Qu, Z. and Hullman, J.. Keeping Multiple Views Consistent: Constraints, Validations, and Exceptions in Visualization Authoring (Honorable Mention) IEEE InfoVis 2017. Download PDF

Kim, YS., Reinecke, K., and Hullman, J.. Data Through Others' Eyes: The Impact of Visualizing Others’ Expectations on Visualization Interpretation. IEEE InfoVis 2017. Download PDF

Hullman, J., Kay, M., Kim, YS., and Shrestha, S. Imagining Replications: Graphical Prediction & Discrete Visualizations Improve Recall & Estimation of Effect Uncertainty. IEEE InfoVis 2017. Download PDF

Hullman, J., Kosara, R., and Lam, H. Finding a Clear Path: Structuring Strategies for Visualization Sequences. EuroVis 2017. Download PDF


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