Carrie Bruce
Principal Research Scientist, Assistant Director MS-HCI

Research Areas:
HCI, UX, Inclusive Design, Accessibility, Informal Learning Environments, Audio Display


Carrie Bruce, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a researcher in person-environment interaction with 25+ years experience in healthcare, rehabilitation, HCI, accessibility, and inclusive design. As a Principal Research Scientist at Georgia Tech, she is the Assistant Director and Research Manager for the MS-HCI program; teaches courses related to UX research methods, accessibility, universal design, and interactive products; and conducts research related to technology and information design. Dr. Bruce's expertise is in examining design issues relative to people's abilities and investigating methodologies that measure the impact of physical and social environment factors on activity, performance, and participation.