Jeremy Boggs

Design Architect, Scholar' Lab, University of Virginia

As Design Architect, Jeremy focuses on front-end development, user interface, user experience, and aesthetics for Scholars’ Lab projects, but he knows enough programming to cause trouble for the folks in R&D. In addition to helping faculty and students on their research projects, he keeps office hours and do research and teaching for the UVA Makerspace. He’s currently researching methods for doing distant reading of comic books using computer vision. Jeremy has been a practicing digital humanist for a little over a decade now. He has a Master’s degree in History, and have taught courses in history, graphic design, new media, and American studies. He has been an instructor at HILT (2013 & 2014) and Accessible Future. He serves as the Communication Officer for the Association for Computers and the Humanities.