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  • Vivian facilitating a demo at UIST 2023. [This image is from the official ACM UIST photo album]

    HCII at UIST 2023


    The 2023 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) was held in San Francisco, California from October 29 to November 1, 2023. ...

  • Data Navigator provides visualization toolkits with rich, accessible navigation structures, robust input handling, and flexible, semantic rendering.

    Data Navigator


    Data Navigator is a JavaScript library that allows for navigation of data structures. Data Navigator makes png, svg, canvas, and even webgl graphics acces...

  • A before and after that shows a data visualization's screen reader semantics have been improved.



    Chartability is a set of heuristics (testable questions) for ensuring that data visualizations, systems, and interfaces are accessible. Chartability is or...

  • Brad Myers shakes Raelin Musuraca's hand as she walks back to her seat after winning an award

    HCII at SCS Founders Day 2022


    Several of our Human-Computer Interaction Institute colleagues were recognized at the SCS Founders Day Awards ceremony on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, in Rashid Auditorium. The annual SCS Found...

  • collage of 4 faculty: Bigham, Carrington, Ogan, Holstein

    HCII Researchers To Study Improving Algorithm, Computer Science Education as Part of CERES Network


    Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's Human Computer Interaction Institute will collaborate with institutions around the world to tailor digital technologies to help children and fam...

  • 2 side by side photos of an HCII PostDoc and PhD student with the SpokeSense prototype at the NWBA basketball tournament



    A Wearable Fitness Tracker for Wheelchair Athletes Information provided by traditional fitness trackers is not always relevant to athletes of all abiliti...

  • Demonstration of VizLens app



    VizLens: A Robust and Interactive Screen Reader for Interfaces in the Real World The world is full of physical interfaces that are inaccessible to blind ...