The MAD Lab at the University of Washington
comprises Ph.D. students in information science
and computer science
working with Dr. Jacob O. Wobbrock
on mobile and accessible design within
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
We are active members of the DUB Group,
the multi-departmental HCI and Design group on campus.
To create useful interactive technologies that improve people's access to and
interaction with computers and information, particularly for impaired users or users in
Read about the MAD Lab in a
by UW Information School News.
- Vision. "The world has arrived at an age of cheap complex devices of great reliability; and something is bound to come of it." — Vannevar Bush (1945)
- Inclusion. "Everybody has to be able to participate in a future that they want to live for." — Dean Kamen
- Utility. "The value of an idea lies in the using of it." — Thomas Edison
Dr. Jacob O. Wobbrock
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The MAD Lab made a great showing at the 2017 iSchool Research Fair, with 12 posters,
demos, and/or vidoes. Check them out! March 13, 2017.
Jacob Wobbrock will receive the
2017 SIGCHI Social Impact Award
for his work on accessible computing and ability-based design. February 21, 2017.
Paper accepted to CSCL 2017.
"Teaching accessibility in a technology design course" by K. Shinohara, C. Bennett, J. Wobbrock, W. Pratt.
February 13, 2017.
Three CHI papers with MAD Lab authors accepted to CHI 2017.
December 13, 2016.
- Group Touch by Abigail Evans, K. Davis, J. Fogarty and J. Wobbrock.
- Improved gaze typing by Martez Mott, S. Williams, J. Wobbrock and M. Morris.
- Interaction proxies by Xiaoyi Zhang, A. Ross, A. Caspi, J. Fogarty and J. Wobbrock.
Dr. Wobbrock interviewed by the
for his experience
December 6, 2016.