The Center for Human-Computer Interaction is an interdisciplinary research center jointly sponsored by the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology; and the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science at Virginia Tech.

CHCI Faculty

Meaghan Dee

Assistant Professor

School of Visual Arts
Blacksburg, VA 24060 USA
Office:354 Henderson Hall
Personal Website:
Research Interest:Meaghan Dee is the Chair of Visual Communication Design Program in the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech. Meaghan received her BFA in Graphic Design from University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and her MFA in Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to joining Virginia Tech, she worked professionally as a designer for the Architecture and Design firm, Marnell Companies, where she regularly collaborated with Architects, Interior Designers, and Industrial Designers on large-scale resorts. Meaghan's design focus is on branding, typography, editorial design, user experience, and packaging. She regularly collaborates on Freelance Design projects and Grant research. Her work has been awarded nationally and internationally by the American Advertising Federation, the American Institute of Graphic Artists, Graphic Design U.S.A., Graphis, and Hiii Typography.

Fluid 960 Grid System, created by Stephen Bau, based on the 960 Grid System by Nathan Smith. Released under the GPL / MIT Licenses.