Chauncey Wilson is Senior Manager of the Autodesk AEC User Research Team in Waltham, MA and instructor in the HFID graduate program at Bentley University. He has more than 25 years in the field as a usability engineer, usability manager, user experience designer, and development manager. Chauncey has presented at CHI, UPA, HFES, APA, and STC conferences and has co-authored chapters in the 1997 Handbook of HCI, and Cost-Justifying Usability, Second Edition: An Update for the Internet Age, Second Edition. Chauncey wrote "The Well-Tempered Practitioner" column for the ACM CHI publication Interactions during 2006 and 2007, collaborated on the UPA Code of Conduct, and is editor of the Methods sections of the UPA Body of Knowledge (BoK). In addition to his usability and design work, Chauncey is also a serious amateur chef, gadgeteer, bookophile, and photographer.