Jihoon Suh 서지훈
Jihoon is a Seattle-based designer from South Korea. Along with foundations in product design, Jihoon's area of focus include HCI, UX and interaction design. Through human-centered design, he wants to explore tangible and digital interaction that can enhance people's daily experiences. His works have been introduced at CHI, TEI, UbiComp, Tokyo Design Week, PechaKucha, DDP, Gizmodo Japan, and Yanko Design.
Contact via email for new projects, collaborations, inquiries, critiques, or just casual chat.
Michael Gilbert, Julia Haines, Elizabeth Churchill, Monica Caraway, Kelly Graham, Gabriela Madrid Valero, Alexandra Olarnyk, Swetha Ramaswamy, Padma Ravikumar, Jihoon Suh, Manuel Zetino, Mark Zachry. “Context” from the human perspective: Dispositions and practice. ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp), 2017.
Jihoon Suh, Wooshik Kim, and Andrea Bianchi. Button+: Supporting User and Context Aware Interaction through Shape-Changing Interfaces. ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI), 2017.
Jihoon Suh. Veri-Pen: A Pen-based Identification Through Natural Biometrics Extraction. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2016.
Jihoon Suh & Sangmin Bae. Veri Pen: Digital Pen System for Authenticating Digital Authorship. Proceedings of International Design Conference of KSDS and ADADA with Cumulus, 2015.
2017 Microsoft + Kal Academy AR Hackathon, 1st Place
2016 CHI Student Research Competition, 3rd Place
2016 KAIST URP Award, Excellence
2015 KAIST Dean's List
2015 KAIST Graduation Project, 1st Place
2015 Korea Defense Startup Competition, 2nd Place
2015 Spark Design Award, Finalist
2015 K-Design Award, Winner
Mobile / Web Prototyping
Storyboarding / Wireframing