2015 Shobe Prize Winners
HCDE alumnus Matt Shobe invests in two student teams and their ideas for a micro-charity mobile platform and an air-lift hand-truck. Full story »
Emotion in Informal Text Communication
HCDE Assistant Professor Cecilia Aragon researches how emoticon usage can help non-native speakers communicate. Full story »
Using Comics to ask "What is HCDE?"
Charlotte Lee's research group teams up with local comic design artist to create a book of comics about human centered design. Full story »
The Newest Research Center in HCDE
Introducing the Center for Collaborative Systems for Security, Safety, and Regional Resilience (CoSSaR). Full story »
Beth Kolko on Medical Technology Innovation
HCDE's Beth Kolko was recently featured in USA Today about "How Third-World Ideas Can Change First-World Lives." Full story »
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Students in HCDE 517 recently teamed up with Corporate Affiliates Program members, Avvo, for a usability studies project.
UW engineering students team up at Seattle's #HacktheCommute event and develop a winning idea to help people with limited mobility navigate the city.
Community and regional leaders gathered on March 16 to celebrate the public launch of the Center for Collaborative Systems for Security, Safety, and Regional Resilience (CoSSaR).
Registration for the student-run Women in UX Conference is now open to the greater UX community.