2019 Publications

This year I shared my work at both DIS 2019 (ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems) and CHI 2019 (ACM conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems). In late June, my work on Designing Mobile Presentation Apps for Teachers was presented at DIS 2019: View the paper from DIS 2019   And in early May, my work on Understanding Teacher… Read more →

CHI-Lights 2018!

Back at work after an inspiring #CHI2018 and armed with a slew of papers to share with the team. This year was one of the best CHI technical programs I’ve experienced. The level of research was simply impressive – congrats to the technical and conference chairs! Here are my top 10 13 CHI-lights for 2018! Christian Rudder’s (from OkCupid) Opening Plenary… Read more →

CHI 2016 Papers

I’m excited to be participating in CHI 2016. My contributions are in the Late Breaking Works category, with a paper on Diary Studies in AAA Games User Research, and a position paper for the Games User Research workshop. This paper also focuses on diary studies but is geared towards lightweight research for indies and non-profits. View these papers here. Read more →

CSCW 2015 Wrap-up

CSCW 2015 is a wrap! This was my first time attending CSCW and overall it was one truly one of the best conferences I have attended. Just a recap of the events: I presented, my poster on Tumblr Analytics; took a selfie with Dan; helped organize the local SFU/UBC party by designing the invitations; (and there was table-top hockey!) enjoyed the… Read more →

Book Chapter: Conducting Interviews with Remote Participants

Happy to announce that Carman Neustaedter (Simon Fraser University) and Tejinder K. Judge (Google Inc.)’s new book Studying and Designing for Domestic Life: Lessons From Home, includes a chapter I helped write. The chapter (Chapter 2) focuses on Conducting Interviews with Remote Participants. I specifically review my experience with mobile commerce and how we overcame remote participant challenges for the project. My fellow co-authors, Azadeh Forghani and… Read more →