Celine Latulipe, Heather Lipford, Mary Maher, David Wilson
How do you describe your lab to visitors? We actually have two labs: the HCILab, where most of our grad students work, hang out, and hold meetings; and the InDe (Interaction Design) Lab, which triples as maker space, studio classroom, and research lab. In addition, we have a separate quiet room for usability studies. So we have multiple spaces for multiple purposes. This flexibility comes in handy, especially when there are lots of tour groups roaming campus. Using the InDe lab as a design studio classroom helps our graduate and undergraduate students learn about HCI and design in a…
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