Grace Eden

Assistant Professor (HCD)
DPhil (2012), University of Oxford

I study human-centred computing through practice-based research in interaction design and user experience. My research examines transformations in people’s behaviour, communication practices, and interaction when new technologies are introduced into a setting. I conduct empirical research using a variety of qualitative methods to identify requirements, improve usefulness and usability and identify implications for how new technologies transform social life.


Phone: 011-26907467
Office: A-403 (R&D Block)

Research Interests: 
Human-Machine Interaction, Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Human-Computer Interaction, Fieldwork for Design, and Participatory Co-Design of Emerging Technologies
Teaching Interests: 
Human-Centred AI, Human-Computer Interaction, Fieldwork for Design