Interview with Dianne Murray

Dianne Murray has been a Usability and Interface design consultant for more than thirty five years. She was one of the earliest researchers in HCI in the UK, through her time at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington since the early 1980s.

Her roles in consultancy included evaluation of research proposals financed by the UK Government and the European Commission as well as validation of interface design solutions. As an academic she lectured in several UK universities, such as King’s College, London, City University, London and University of London.

She was a founding editor of Interacting with Computers journal and subsequently its Editor-in-Chief until 2015.

Interview conducted by Dr Elisabetta Mori on 13 February 2023 via Zoom.


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