Dr. Tejinder K. Judge is a User Experience Researcher at Google Inc. Dr. Judge’s research expertise lies in the area of Human-Computer Interaction and more specifically in domestic computing, social computing, and computer-mediated communication. Her research has focused on the design and evaluation of technology to connect families across distance. She has also organized and led multiple conference workshops on this topic at conferences such as ACM CHI, CSCW and GROUP. She is currently researching the design and use of social computing technologies to connect close ties. Dr. Judge has published over thirty scholarly articles in these research areas.
To learn more about Dr. Judge's research, visit www.tejinderjudge.com.
Dr. Carman Neustaedter is an Assistant Professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University, Canada. Dr. Neustaedter specializes in the areas of human-computer interaction, domestic computing, and computer-supported collaboration. He is the director of the Connections Lab, an interdisciplinary research group focused on the design and use of technologies for connecting people through space and time. He has published over eight scholarly articles on topics related to this book and is co-editor of the book, Connecting Families: The Impact of New Technologies on Domestic Life. Dr. Neustaedter teaches undergraduate and graduate university courses on interaction design methods, collaboration, and domestic computing. He was formerly a Research Scientist at Kodak Research Labs and Adjunct Professor at the University of Rochester, NY, USA.
To learn more about Dr. Neustaedter's research, visit www.carmster.com.