Former member (Ph.D. student, sept. 2019)
I am Hyunyoung [hyuh-nyeong], a PhD student at Université Grenoble Alpes, France. My supervisors are Céline Coutrix and Anne Roudaut.
I investigate designs and applications of shape-changing interfaces. I improve design frameworks and develop physical design tools to encourage designers to create shape-changing interfaces. I suggested Morphees+, a refined taxonomy for shape-changing interfaces. I also look for real world challenges related to tangible interfaces and deliver design solutions. I invented KnobSlider, a shape-changing device for linear and rotational parameter control, targeting professional users such as sound engineers, stage artists, and pilots.
I have experience in research and industry. I worked as a UX designer at Samsung, filed 6 patents. I have been working in 4 different countries (UK, France, Germany, and South Korea), broadening my research perspectives and skills.
Recent publications [all]
User-Centered Design of Shape-Changing Controls (2019)
SplitSlider: a Tangible Interface to Input Uncertainty (2019)
In Proceedings of the 17th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2019).
Greis, Kim, Korge, Schmidt, Coutrix
KnobSlider: Design of a Shape-Changing Parameter Control UI and Study of User Preferences on Its Speed and Tangibility (2019)
In Frontiers in Robotics and AI 6.
Kim, Coutrix, Roudaut