My name is Katie (O’Donnell) Quehl and I am a User Experience Professional specializing in user research and design.

I am currently a Ph.D candidate in the Human Computer Interaction Design program at Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing and a member of the Cultural Research in Technology group. My research focuses on how technology can reduce emotional and logistical problems in families who have experienced divorce and is funded by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

I also hold a B.S. in Informatics and a minor in psychology and a M.S. in Human Computer Interaction Design

In addition to my doctoral studies, I am a User Experience Research at Yahoo where I have the pleasure of being able to research all things Finance, Sports, and Fantasy Sports.