Exploring the future
of human-computer
interaction

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 newly formed 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.

kim.marriott@monash.edu
users.monash.edu/~marriott/

Projects

Improving access for the vision impaired

Accessibility

Creating accessible gallery experiences

Accessibility