- Human-computer interaction (HCI)
- Co-design/participatory design
- Environmental sustainability
- Climate action
- Community resilience
- Sustainable design
- Tangible user interfaces
- Indigenous language transmission, use, and revitalisation
- Research ethics
- HCI education
Jennyfer’s research interests are design sustainability, technology design for climate action and community resilience to natural disasters, with a particular focus on bushfire preparation and recovery, and research ethics in computer science. Jennyfer’s work takes human-centred and collaborative design (co-design) approaches. She co-leads the Risk, Vulnerability, and Resilience research cluster at the ANU Institute for Climate, Energy, and Disaster Solutions (ICEDS).
Dr Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor is a Lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at the ANU School of Computing, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
She completed her PhD at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) on the co-design digital and tangible technologies to support the revitalisation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. She holds a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Information Technology from ANU, majoring in anthropology and information systems, and Information Technology Honours from QUT. Jennyfer has also completed a Certificate IV in Government and was employed in the public sector for a number of years.
She was a member of the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) from 2021-2022, a Co-Chair of the ANU Science and Medical Delegated Ethical Review Committee (DERC) from 2021-2022, and a Co-General Chair of the 24th Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (OzCHI’22).
Please note: Jennyfer is not supervising undergraduate, Honours, and Masters coursework student projects in Semester 1, 2023. Prospective MPhil and PhD students can still contact her by email.
Activities & Awards
Convener/Lecturer (2021-current): COMP3900/COMP6390 Human-Computer Interaction.
ACM CHI 2021 Honorable Mention Award for the paper Diagramming Working Field Theories for Design in the HCI Classroom (Ploderer, Taylor, Munoz, Bircanin, & Brereton).
For my complete and most recent list of publications, please see my Google Scholar profile.