Projects




Advancing the Path for a More Human-centered Design of Just-in-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs)


This project focuses on advancing the path for designing more user-centered JITAIs. Specifically, this work will provide guidelines for designing JITAIs that account for the diverse ways users interact with technology for supporting health and well-being.




Supporting Remote and Hybrid Workers in Crafting Work and Family Boundaries


Remote work can offer benefits to workers and employers, but removing the physical boundary between work-life and home-life increases the likelihood of work encroaching on family life and family responsibilities interrupting work.




Improving Personal Informatics Tools for Planning


Motivation and Vision Planning is an important activity for people to accomplish many common goals, such as losing weight, saving money, or increasing productivity. Yet, planning out concrete actions to accomplish these goals can be feel burdensome, t...




Making Smart Hospitals Useful


Smart hospitals are arriving, driven by the vision to enhance the patient experience, reduce operational burden, and improve hospital workflow. We explore how the technology employed in patient rooms better supports patients' needs.




Designing Technology for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury to Facilitate Self-care Adherence


Individuals with spinal cord injuries often have to perform numerous self-care activities. Performing pressure reliefs is one such behavior to prevent pressure ulcers. We investigate technological solutions to increase pressure relief adherence.




Tetra-Sport: Collaborative Sport Experiences for Individuals with Tetraplegia


Adaptive skiing and adaptive sailing experiences for and with individuals with tetraplegia.


Personal Data Empowerment: An Exploration with Indoor Air Quality Sensors


The tablet interface of the deployed MAAV technology probe Air quality is important, varies across time and space, and is largely invisible. Pioneering past work deploying air quality monitors in residential environments found that study participants ...

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