My primary research interests are accessible user interfaces and mobile human-computer interaction. My work explores ways to make mobile devices easier to use, especially for people with disabilities and people in distracting environments.
- Presenting at CHI 2013: Access Lens: A Gesture-Based Screen Reader for Real-World Documents (video)
- Amy Hurst and I received a 2013 Microsoft Software Engineering Innovation Foundation Award!
- My paper with Jacob O. Wobbrock and Richard E. Ladner, Usable Gestures for Blind People: Understanding Preference and Performance, received a Best Paper Award at the CHI 2011 conference!
I'm currently supervising the following students:
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