Dr. LouAnne Boyd

Dr. LouAnne Boyd

Instructor
Schmid College of Science and Technology; Mathematics and Computer Science
Education:
Washington University in St. Louis, Bachelor of Arts
Towson University, Master of Arts

Biography

Education

2014-18
Ph.D. in Informatics, Dept. of Informatics, University of California, Irvine (Mentor: Prof. Gillian Hayes)

1994-96
M.A. in Psychology, Dept. of Psychology, Towson University 

1987-91
B.A. in Psychology, Dept. of Psychology, Washington University in Saint Louis

Research Interests

Dr. Boyd’s research interests center around the design, development, and evaluation of novel technologies to support neurodiverse populations. Current projects are investigating the efficacy of a new interaction design framework drawn from neuroscience theories to accommodation sensory impairments. Specific projects under investigation include the development of technologies to increase the accessibility of information for people with autism, ADHD, anxiety, and/or dyslexia.

Keywords

Human-Computer Interaction, interaction design, computer-supported collaborative work, assistive technology, accessibility, inclusion, diversity, sensory accommodation, ubiquitous computing, wearables, augmented and virtual reality