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  • Jeffrey Bigham

    Bigham Urges Increased Accessibility Education for Developers

    Computing has become more accessible to people with disabilities in the past 25 years, but it still has a long way to go before it b...

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    Essential EDigs

    HCII Associate Professor Jennifer Mankoff recently appeared on Pittsburgh's NPR affiliate, 90.5 WESA-FM, to discuss EDigs, a new CMU...

  • Jessica Hammer

    Hammer Featured in "Gaming the System"

    A recent article in U.S.News &World Report explored whether video games can help solve public health problems.

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    Nala in the News

    Last summer, a team of HCII master's student teamed up with the Animal Rescue League to create a website that helps members of the c...

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    Snackbot Featured in the Harvard Business Review

    The Harvard Business Review's June cover story, "When Your Boss Wears Metal Pants," investigates the social constraints that have to...

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    Shopping for Grad Programs? Try HCI.

    The HCII introduced its master of human-computer interaction degree in 1994 — the first degree of its kind at any institution. Now, ...

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    CHI Research Makes Waves in the Media

      HCII research presented last month at the Association for Computing Machinery’s Conference on Human Factors in Computing Sys...

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    CHI2015: Driven From Distraction in The Economist

    Work presented by HCII Director Anind Dey, Systems Scientist Seungjun Kim and Visiting Scholar Jaemin Chun at the Association for Co...

  • Ogan, Harrison Win Post-Gazette 2014-15 Renovation Inspiration Contest

    Faculty members Chris Harrison and Amy Ogan may be known for their HCI research, but their home renovation skills are making local h...

  • Jason Hong was quoted in a Post-Gazette article the privacy of apps.

    Hong Talks Privacy in Post-Gazette

    Associate Professor Jason Hong recently appeared in a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article that discussed the often-surprising ways in wh...

  • Hawking Introduces WorldKit on "Science of the Future"

    National Geographic Channel's "Stephen Hawking's Science of the Future" recently featured the HCII's WorldKit project in the episode...

  • Sara Kiesler

    Kiesler Weighs In on What Online Comments Say About Us

    It's easy to think that someone who posts a rude comment on a web article or forum is a probably just a rude person in general, but ...

  • Jason Hong, Dan Tasse

    Hong, Tasse See Social Media as Urban Planning Tool

    HCII Associate Professor Jason Hong and Ph.D.

  • Bob Kraut

    Kraut Talks Facebook Friends in The Atlantic

    More than 70 percent of Internet users are on Facebook. And while the site applies the word "friend" to everyone in a user's network...

  • Skin Buttons

    Gizmodo Highlights Skin Button Technology in Best of 2014 List

    Gizmodo has named Skin Buttons one of the "Seven Most Important UI and UX Ideas of 2014."  The technology — developed by Ph.D. ...

  • Smart Watch Technology

    Harrison, Smart Watch Technology Featured in New York Times

    Assistant Professor Chris Harrison was featured in the New York Times article, "In a Small Space, a Big Issue," which discussed curr...

  • Privacy Grade

    Privacy Research Makes Headlines

    Associate Professor Jason Hong's research into the privacy of smartphone apps has been making news in outlets ranging from the Huffi...

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    Future Interfaces Group Featured in Wired

    Smartwatches are growing in popularity, but they’re just small enough to make navigating the interface annoying.

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    Tiramisu on WTAE-TV

    The HCII’s Tiramisu project made headlines as part of the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s announcement that 25 percent of its b...

  • Anind Dey

    Dey Weighs In on iPhone 6

    Want to know if the iPhone 6 is worth it? HCII Director and Associate Professor Anind Dey recently told Pittsburgh’s CBS affiliate t...