Gideon Goldin's research & software.

I enjoy creating thoughtful experiences around novel interfaces and visualizations. I studied computer engineering and linguistics before leaving Brown with a Masters in computer science and a PhD in cognitive science.

I like to think about how psychology, art, and technology can motivate inspired design. My research looks at how people form intuitions about complex artifacts, such as software, and how those intuitions can inform guidelines for HCI.

I recently taught a course on data visualization, and I'm always working on some independent projects, like the open-source TurkGate. Currently, I'm working on the UX at Tamr.