User Research, Interaction Design
- research design
- Usability testing
- Interaction design
- Academic teaching
- Educational technology
- novel interfaces for children
- intergation of developmental theory and design
Shuli Gilutz, Ph.D., specializes in the research, assessment, and design of interactive environments for children. She's been active in the fields of HCI and media design for more than 15 years, and has been designing, managing, producing, and conducting research in a variety of user experience (UX) settings – for both industry and academia.
In 2002 she co-authored the first report on Children's Web Usability with Jakob Nielsen at the NN/g, and has since been focusing on young children's human-computer interaction, within a consulting role and for her own research.
Dr. Gilutz is currently a researcher at The Knowledge Technology Lab at the School of Education, at Tel-Aviv University, and an instructor both at TAU and IDC Herzliya's School of Communications.
She's also an instructor and mentor at MindCET's Educational Technology Start-up Accelerator program, and at the Open Education Challenge EU start-up accelerator. Dr. Gilutz is Netcraft UX Academy's academic advisor too, and part of the Google Campus UX mentors team.
She earned a BA in Psychology and the Multidisciplinary Program of the Arts, from Tel-Aviv University; an MA from Stanford University's Learning, Design and Technology program; and a PhD in Educational Psychology from Columbia University's Teachers College.