Jonathan Zong: POINTING, MUTUAL INTELLIGIBILITY, AND THE SEEING SUBJECT IN HCI
Jonathan Zong, Pointing, Mutual Intelligibility, and the Seeing Subject in HCI. Interface Critique 4 (2022): 95–105.
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Jonathan Zong is a visual artist and computer scientist who uses design as a method for understanding and re-imagining socio-technical systems. He is currently a PhD Candidate in Human-Computer Interaction at MIT CSAIL with the Visualization Group. Jonathan graduated from the Computer Science and Visual Arts departments at Princeton University.