Eric Li is a senior at Princeton studying computer science and graphic design. He practices at the intersection of these two fields and is interested in the development of novel interfaces, and how they might reshape and provoke our thinking about digital and analog interactions.

Eric is currently pursuing a senior thesis with Princeton School of Architecture Professor Axel Kilian on embodied computation of physical content management systems.

He is also pursuing a thesis in visual arts advised by David Reinfurt and Francesca Grassi.

Topics of interest in no particular order include time, urbanism, process, liminal spaces, contextual awareness, novel interfaces, and clouds.

Eric has spent time at LUST, Google Design, Google Research, and IDEO. He currently is at O-R-G once a week.

Available for work starting June 2018.

Updated December 16, 2017 at 10:50:42 UTC.