Excited to be part of the CHI 2020 Special Interest Group ‘Fostering HCI Research in, by, and for Latin America‘ this Thursday April 30th! Heloisa Candello and I will be moderating a discussion on research experiences with participatory design and technology adoption in Latin America!
Our #CHI2020 case study “Conducting HCI Research with People Living with HIV Remotely: Lessons Learned and Best Practices.” co-authored with Cassie Kresnye, Julia C. Dunbar, Ciabhan L. Connelly, Katie A. Siek, and Patrick C. Shih is now officially published!
I participated in the fourth online NORTHLab panel hosted by John Rooksby on how HCI researchers can help tackle the coronavirus crisis. I shared a glimpse of my research on remote co-design strategies. A brief summary of the panel can be found here (thank you Dr Marta E. Cecchinato!). So many interesting discussions taking place in the HCI…
My team presented their poster remotely today at virtual iConference2020! The use of Zoom + Padlet seemed a nice combination for presenting online. Here are photos of the Zoom remote presentation:
Our CHI paper “Evaluating the ‘Prefer not to say’ Option Around Sensitive Information Disclosures” led by Mark Warner with co-authors Aga Kitkowska, Jo Gibbs and Ann Blandford got an Honorable Mention award! I look forward to presenting our paper at #CHI2020 in April!
I have been selected to help out as a student volunteer for the CHI 2020 Conference that will take place in Honolulu, Hawaii in April 2020! So excited! 🙂
Our paper “Evaluating the ‘Prefer not to say’ Option Around Sensitive Information Disclosures” led by first author Mark Warner and with co-authors Agnieszka Kitkowska, Jo Gibbs, and Ann Blandford has been conditionally accepted to the CHI 2020 Conference! It was such a great experience to be part of this collaboration with researchers from the UK…
I had such a great time serving as a student volunteer during the CHI2020 PC Meeting at IU this past weekend. I met such an amazing group of people! Special thanks go to my wonderful SCs Audrey Desjardin and Kristina Andersen for making this experience so great! 🙂
The case study ‘Conducting HCI Research with People Living with HIV Remotely: Lessons Learned and Best Practices.’ co-authored with Cassie Kresnye, Julia Dunbar, Ciabhan Connelly, Katie Siek, and Patrick Shih has been accepted to be part of the CHI 2020 Conference!
My i3 Program team got their poster submission accepted for iConference 2020! They will present our ongoing work on the intersection of Queer People of Color, technology and stigma. We are in the process of securing funding at the moment so that the team can attend the conference in Sweden next year. Kudos to my…