Domenico Mazza

A visual designer and studying visualisation researcher.

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I'm a PhD student at Monash University's Caulfield School of Information Technology. My research lies at the cross section of traditional visual design practice and human-computer interaction design—including engagement with engineering and design practitioners at Arup.

I am working to make complex information on-screen (visualisations and interfaces) easier to engage with by supporting people's memory required for interaction. I've been looking at providing visual cues to show interactors how they're using complex menus, as well as understanding the ways which visual interfaces can currently help out in supporting memory.

I also teach at Monash University's Faculty of Art Design & Architecture.