Makeability Lab at CHI2017

The Makeability Lab at CHI2017

The Makeability Lab had five full papers at CHI2017, including MakerWear which received a best paper award and is the first longform paper on my NSF CAREER work.

MakerWear: A Tangible Approach to Interactive Wearable Creation for Children by Majeed Kazemitabaar, Jason McPeak, Alexander Jiao, Liang He, Thomas Outing, Jon E. Froehlich

Exploring Novice Approaches to Smartphone-based Thermographic Energy Auditing: A Field Study by Matthew L Mauriello, Manaswi Saha, Erica Brown, & Jon E. Froehlich

Live Physiological Sensing and Visualization Ecosystems: An Activity Theory Analysis by Tamara Clegg, Leyla Norooz, Seokbin Kang, Virginia Byrne, Monica Katzen, Angelisa Plane, Vanessa Oguamanam, Thomas Outing, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Jason Yip, Jon E. Froehlich

Comparing Touchscreen and Mouse Input Performance by People With and Without Upper Body Motor Impairments by Leah Findlater, Karyn Moffatt, Jon E. Froehlich, Meethu Malu, Joan Zhang

Differences in Crowdsourced vs. Lab-Based Mobile and Desktop Input Performance Data by Leah Findlater, Joan Zhang, Jon E. Froehlich, Karyn Moffatt