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Tracey joined the Centre for HCI Design in October 2012 after completing a MSc in Human Centred Systems with distinction. Her dissertation investigated the potential benefits of visual (graphical) programming languages for end-users programming Arduino.
She is currently working as a research fellow on the Stroke Association-funded EVA project, investigating the potential of multi-user virtual environments for improving the communication skills, and reducing social isolation, of people who have aphasia. She is also working on further refinements to GeST - a software prototype of an innovative gesture training tool for use in aphasia therapy, developed as part of the GReAT project.
User-centred design, Inclusive design, End-user programming, Usability of programming languages and environments, Physical computing, Tinkering, Novel interaction technologies.