Angela ChangAlumni

Angela Chang

Angela Chang received her M.S. in Media Arts and Sciences in June 2002. Angela is interested in designing physical interfaces that allow for interaction and communication, with a focus on usability and human factors.

During her undergraduate years, Angela became interested in mechanical engineering, product design, and computer science. She graduated MIT in 1997 with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Before joining TMG, she wrote drivers for input devices for LCS Telegraphics in Cambridge. She also studied electronics design with Dr. Tom Hayes at Harvard Extension School. Angela enjoys many diverse activities-- among them tinkering, cooking, watercolor painting, and learning about languages and cultures.



SpeakCup: Simplicity, BABL, and Shape ChangeTEI 2008 2008
Simplicity in Interaction DesignTEI 2007
Zstretch: A Stretchy Fabric Music ControllerNIME 2007