I design and study how technologies can shape and influence our relationships with the more-than-human world as a way to move towards a more livable, equitable, and just future.

My current research considers the roles and responsibilities of designers and technologists in the Anthropocene, specifically in the context of environmental justice.

I am currently a first-year PhD student in Information Science at Cornell University. I completed my masters in Tangible Interaction Design (MTID) at Carnegie Mellon University and my BFA in Fiber Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

I also enjoy baking pies and making zines.

My illustrations can be seen throughout Make:Wearable Electronics

Between 2011 - 2015, I was a member of Luminous Intervention, an art + activism collective based in Baltimore, MD.

CV is available here.

My email is: jenliu.uilnej@gmail.com


I'm always happy to provide help when + where I can and to answer any further inquiries about my work! Additionally, if you are figuring things out and have questions, especially as a woman or person of color, please feel free to contact me for career + personal + academic talk.