Andrew Dillon

IA 2000 Session:
Understanding and Evaulating the User Experience with Information Spaces
Thursday, October 26, 2000
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Andrew Dillon is an Associate Professor of Information Science and Informatics at Indiana University where he teaches graduate level classes in human-computer interaction and usability evaluation methods and directs the new Masters of Science degree in HCI.

He is also an independent consultant in the fields of information architecture and user experience design.

His research examines the human response to information technology with specific interests in digital document design, information shapes, the role of aesthetics and form on user response, and the development of reliable and valid evaluation methods.