Previous Research

Previously, while at Carnegie Mellon University, the lab’s PI Michael Nebeling investigated ways of orchestrating multiple devices and crowds to enable complex information seeking, sensemaking and productivity tasks on small mobile and wearable devices. He also contributed to the Google IoT project led by CMU. This work led to three papers at ACM CHI 2016:

  • XDBrowser: a new cross-device web browser that I used to elicit 144 multi-device web page designs for five popular web interfaces leading to seven cross-device web page design patterns (CHI’16 paper, CHI’16 talk)
  • Snap-To-It: a mobile app allowing users to opportunistically interact with appliances in multi-device environments simply by taking a picture of them (CHI’16 paper)