In this final DUB Seminar for the 2018–2019 academic year, the MHCI+D capstone teams will present 1-2 minute lightning talks, followed by a showcase of their final prototypes in a poster session.
The Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design (MHCI+D) is offered by four departments: Computer Science & Engineering, Human Centered Design & Engineering, the Information School and Division of Design in the School of Art + Art History + Design, along with faculty from other UW departments. These four units comprise the award-winning research group known as DUB (Design: Use: Build).
This unique, cross-disciplinary approach seeks to educate a new generation of designers, engineers and researchers who can successfully combine the creative aspects of design and the study of human behavior with the analytical techniques of engineering. Graduates of the Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design program will use their knowledge to create innovative products and technologies.
More info on MHCI+D: https://mhcid.washington.edu/