- HCDE 518 - User-Centered Design (2011, 2012)
- IMT 540 - Design Methods for Interaction & Systems (2010, 2011)
- INSC 546 - Assistive Technology & Inclusive Design (2010)
- HCDE 418 - User Experience Design (2009)
- INFO 360 - User-Centered Design (2009, 2011)
- TC 437 - Web Design & Web Publishing (2009)
- HCDE 496/596 - Directed Research Group
- Eun Kyoung Choe - Information Science (co-advised with Wanda Pratt)
- Jared Bauer - Information Science
- Matthew Kay - Computer Science & Engineering (co-advised with Shwetak Patel)
- Katie Derthick - Human Centered Design & Engineering
- Kyle Rector - Computer Science & Engineering (co-advised with Richard Ladner)
- John Porter - Human Centered Design & Engineering
- Alexis Hiniker - Human Centered Design & Engineeering
I often work with students of all levels on a variety of research projects. Because much of my research is in the design of computing applications, students with design, prototyping, and implementation skills or a desire to learn are especially encouraged. Please note that if you are not yet a student at UW, please apply to HCDE, the iSchool, or CSE directly. I am not currently looking for new Ph.D. students at this time.
If you are a current student interested in getting involved with the CHiLL lab, the best way to start is by signing up for my Directed Research Group offered that quarter, which is HCDE 496/596, depending on available space. Depending on your fit within that group, we can discuss possibilities of independent studies or other opportunities.
If you are interested in funding, please note that you must satisfactorily complete at least one quarter of research with me for course credit before funding will be considered. It is very rare that I hire students beyond my directly advised Ph.D. students into research assistantships, although there are occasionally opportunities for undergraduates or masters students to work on an hourly basis.