Presenting at DC’s World Usability Day Event

Today is World Usability Day, and this year’s theme is transportation. I’ll be presenting the work I’ve been doing at the CATT Lab at DC’s local Usability Day event. The title of my poster is Real-time and Historic Incident Visualization Using Timelines, and it describes an application that allows users to understand everything that has been done to manage an accident scene by presenting all of the events along a timeline.

There are seven other people from the CATT Lab presenting their work as well. The majority of that work is in the realm of information visualization. If that’s your thing, and you’re in DC today, stop by the American Institute of Architects and see what we’ve been up to.

Happy World Usability Day, everyone.

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