Ron Wakkary is a professor in design in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University in Canada where he founded the Everyday Design Studio (eds.siat.sfu.ca). In addition, he is a professor and Chair of Design for More
William Odom is an Assistant Professor in the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University. His research focuses on the increasing role of interactive technology in mediating a wide range of everyday practices and its often disruptive,
Xiao Zhang earned a master’s degree in interaction design from Simon Fraser University. Her educational background is in industrial design. Before moving to Canada, she had participated in diverse industrial product design projects in China. The products include televisions, military
Jordan Eshpeter is a second-year Master’s student in the Everyday Design Studio. Under the supervision of Prof. Ron Wakkary, Jordan’s research focus is at the intersection of posthumanism, ethics, and design practice. He is also Director of Strategy at Invoke,
Ce is a first-year Ph.D student specialising in interaction design in Everyday Design Studio. Before he comes to EDS, he studied industrial design engineering at Southwest Jiaotong University, China. In the past 8 years, Ce completed a number of design
Doenja Oogjes is a PhD student whose research explores the design of digital domestic technologies using speculative design and integrating indirect ways technologies mediate our everyday. She holds a Bachelors and a Masters in Industrial Design from the Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Amy is a Ph.D. candidate working under the supervision of Prof. William Odom. With great interests in interaction design, she joined the Everyday Design Studio in August 2017. Her research focuses on slow interaction design, temporality, and experiential quality. Recent activities
Armi Behzad is a Ph.D. student working under the supervision of Dr. Ron Wakkary. As a growing design researcher, her work lies at the intersection of design-oriented HCI and philosophy of technology, where she uses research-through-design to investigate new understandings of human-technology relations.
Minyoung is a Master’s student at EDS, and a developer who pursues creativity. Min is interested in the assistive technology that enriches everyday life experience for the senior and for people with disabilities. Min studied Computer Science at the University
Jordan is a Masters student under the supervision of Prof. William Odom. He holds a BS from Virginia Tech in Computer Science with a minor in Industrial Design. He has worked in industry as both an iOS developer and a
Tiffany is a PhD student working under the supervision of Dr. Ron Wakkary, with a research interest on tangibles, environmental sustainability, and long-term interactions with technology. Tiffany received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Computer Science from the University of Calgary.
Nico Brand is an interaction and visual designer, and Master student in the Everyday Design Studio. He focuses on creating human-centered applications and services.
Samann is a Master’s student under the supervision of Prof. William Odom. She has a B.Sc. degree in Computer Science from the University of South Florida, and also has a background in digital fabrication. Her research interests include Human-Computer Interaction