Investigating the key information needs required to facilitate shared decision making between patients, families, and clinicians when reviewing and interpreting renal pathology images to develop a prototype visual decision aid.
Investigating the visual metaphors and images people with bipolar disorder associate with their condition in order to better understand how personal health data could be visualized to display self-tracking data.
Exploring COVID-19 visualizations available through local, state, federal, and international public health organizations to learn about the ways that marginalized groups have encountered and are using these infographics to make decisions.
The Visualization Studies Research Studio is a collective of faculty, students, and researchers led by Jaime Snyder, a faculty member at the University of Washington. Our collaborators work across a range of academic disciplines.
What VSRS does
We use qualitative and design methods to work with image-making as a form of social interaction. We demonstrate and support inclusive, ethical, and appropriate visualization practices through our various projects.