Dialogs, my body of work, strives to show that computers are not to be blamed for the deterioration of design quality in general. My work brings back the human touch to computer design. Although computer-based, it is visually stimulating, interactive and personal. The irregularity and imperfection that result from traditional art methods are amplified and elaborated upon in computer programs. The images are abstract in nature encouraging the viewer to use his/her imagination to interpret them. The viewer is encouraged to actively participate in the pieces: to touch them, change the image by opening a blind, flip pages of a book or place a removable tattoo on his/her body. Advisors/Committee Members: Gravdahl, John (advisor), Lehene, Marius (committee member), Dormer, James T. (committee member), Risbeck, Philip E. (committee member).