augmenteamed

ubiquitous computing & pervasive interaction design

Meet Augementeamed

Learn more about the talented designers behind Augmenteamed.

Chuan-Che (Jeff) Huang

Chuan-Che Huang is a Human-Computer Interaction master student studying at the School of Information at the University of Michigan. In college, he majored in computer science and was the president of campus evangelical fellowship in National Tsing Hwa University. He had great interests in ubiquitous computing and novel interaction techniques.

A portrait of Evan Kerrigan

Evan Kerrigan

Evan Kerrigan is an interaction and user experience designer with a passion for designing experiences and interfaces for software, mobile devices, and the Web. He is studying Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Michigan School of Information, from which he will be graduating in April 2012. He previously worked for several years in New York in the not-for-profit sector as a project manager and Web designer.

Szu-Hsuan (Sylvia) Lai

Szu-Hsuan Lai (Sylvia) is a user experience researcher and designer currently studying at University of Michigan School of Information with a specialization in Human-Computer Interaction. Previously, she studied in Taiwan with a double major in Library Information Science and Sociology. She loves user experience research and would like to bring user insights into design.

Yi-Ying Lin

Yi-Ying Lin is a Human-Computer Interaction master student studying at the School of Information at the University of Michigan. In college, she majored in Journalism and was a trainee journalist in Taiwan. Before coming to UM, she worked as an international e-service volunteer on the border of Thailand and Burma. She has passion in designing usable interfaces for mobile and web applications and aims to become a user experience designer in the near future.

Isaac VanDuyn

Isaac VanDuyn

Isaac VanDuyn loves human-computer interaction almost as much as he loves heavy metal. He is the co-founder of CatPrint, an innovative web-based short run printing company. Isaac is looking forward to starting work on the user experience team at Google’s Manhattan office following his graduation from the University of Michigan’s School of Information in April.