Exploring the future
of human-computer

Prof Kim MarriottResearcher

Kim Marriott is a researcher whose work focuses on book usability and document layout issues, information visualisation, accessible graphics, constraint programming, and cognition of information graphics.

He is a Professor in Computer Science at the Faculty of Information Technology, where he heads the Department of Human-Centred Computing.

Kim received his PhD from The University of Melbourne, and worked at the IBM TJ Watson Research Center before joining Monash.



Improving access for the vision impaired

Sensory Interactive Space

Creating accessible gallery experiences

Sensory Interactive Space