Bliss is currently a Design Researcher for Microsoft in Seattle, WA. Bliss collects and synthesizes qualitative and quantitative data to help inform design decisions for Microsoft Office products, especially as it relates to mobile productivity. My goal is to better understand what drives human behaviors and how technology can address user’s needs and challenges.
Lindsay is currently a Scientist in the Human Factors Practice at Exponent, Inc. Her specializations include visual and haptic perception, user-centered product design, multisensory display technologies, and specialized skill acquisition. Her research has focused on understanding the capabilities and limitations of perception as humans interact with their environments, even when they are located remotely, and on enhancing human performance through the use of multisensory displays and perceptual training.
As the SPAWAR Atlantic Human Systems Integration (HSI) Lead Practitioner, Josh works diligenthly to include global Warfighters and other users in the development and acquisition of Department of Defense (DoD) systems. This is balanced by membership on the SPAWAR Atlantic Internal Review Board (IRB), the Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) and competitively proposing and conducting unmanned systems (UxV) and multi-touch research and design.
Currently:Product Lead at ustwo
Senior Designer at Hailo
Designer at Boeing
Currently with the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board
Lt Col Chris Jenkins is currently serving as the Executive Director, Air Force Scientific Advisory Board, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. He is responsible for the Secretariat at Headquarters Air Force, which oversees 50 leading scientists and engineers. They are directly tasked from the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force to perform in-depth reviews of Air Force science and technology programs and conduct major studies on topics deemed critical by the Air Force. His assignments have covered areas such as research and development, flight test, and acquisition program management.