Books Read in 2019

Nonfiction • The Ethics of Care: Personal, Political, and Global. Virginia Held. • Baby-led Feeding: A Natural Way to Raise Happy, Independent Eaters. Jenna Helwig. • Hacking Life: Systematized Living and Its Discontents. Joseph M. Reagle, Jr.. • I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life. Ed Yong. • The

GROUP 2020 and CSCW 2019 – Accepted Papers

Very excited to have two papers accepted from an ongoing project on HCI and the outdoors with Airi Lampinen and Barry Brown from Stockholm University and Pedro Ferreira from IT-University of Copenhagen! Below are the abstracts, will post camera ready versions in the coming months. The first in particular and fieldwork that informed both are

DIS 2019 – Presentation and Slides

Bodily excretion design space by Karey Helms

Today my paper Do you have to pee? A Design Space for Intimate and Somatic Data will be presented at DIS 2019 in San Diego by a colleague from KTH as I am currently on parental leave with my four week old daughter. Would love to be at the conference presenting and discussing this work,

DIS 2019 – Accepted Paper

Couldn’t be more please to find out today that I have a full paper accepted to DIS 2019! Very thankful for my amazing colleagues who provided invaluable support for and feedback on the paper. Below is the title and abstract, will post a camera ready version in the coming weeks. Do you have to pee?

Books read in 2018

Nonfiction • Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution and Taboo. Mary Douglas. • New Dark Age: Technology and the End of the Future. James Bridle. • Changing Things: The Future of Objects in a Digital World. Johan Redström and Heather Wiltse. • Staying with the Trouble through Design: Critical-feminist Design of Intimate