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Jeremiah Still

Jeremiah Still earned a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction from Iowa State University. Since that time, he helped create and direct the first Human Factors graduate program in Missouri. In recognition of his accomplishments with the graduate program, Jeremiah received the Liberal Arts and Sciences Council of Chairpersons award. Also, his scholarly work has appeared in top-tier journals, which resulted in recognition at the university level.

Jeremiah is the principle investigator of the Psychology of Design (PoD) Laboratory. His team completes research at the intersection of product design and cognitive psychology. The PoD lab is currently investigating three lines of research revolving around: improving intuitive design, facilitating usable Cyber Security, and making complex interfaces easier to search.

Jeremiah is currently an assistant professor at Old Dominion University in the Department of Psychology. He regularity contributes to the CyberSecurity Center and the Human Factors graduate program. He enjoys teaching the Human-Centered Design process at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Notably, his students are consistently competitive at international design competitions.

For users to see flat designs as intuitive, designers need to help them cross the knowledge gap by using familiar representations.

Article by Jeremiah Still, Mary Still, Jarad Bell
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