Take Part in Our
Women in Tech

While there are many reasons, research indicates that daily workplace factors, along with the realities of what they want for their lives, contribute most significantly to women leaving tech careers. Learn more about our initial research and ways you can participate.

Women in Tech: Intervention Ideas from CHI 2016 Conference

At the CHI 2016 Conference, we shared the initial Women in Tech research and Action Framework. SIG participants then reviewed the field data and generated interventions. Review the ideas, comment on them, and add your own ideas.

Creating Dynamic, Valuing Teams

This is the first in a series of blogs that will address the key dimensions of the Women in Tech Framework which define the critical aspects of daily life necessary to help women thrive and succeed in the high technology industry.


November 2
Karen Speaking in

Come hear Karen at this event co-sponsored by Georgia Tech HCI, amUX, IXDA Atlanta, Ladies that UX Atlanta, and CHI ATL. She'll provide an overview of the research from the Women in Tech project, and then engage the group in a discussion.

November 7
Karen at Diversity in Computing Summit

Karen is pleased to be leading a session at the Maryland Center for Women in Computing's inaugural Diversity in Computing Summit, a one-day workshop designed for all advocates of underrepresented groups in computing fields.

November 14
Karen Speaking in
North Carolina

Mark your calendars Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill -- Karen will be speaking in your area at a Triangle UXPA / Ladies That UX event! Karen will provide an overview of the research from the Women in Tech project, and then engage the group in a discussion. Bring your questions to ask Karen about her work and experience and share your experiences in our industry.

Our Work with General Motors Featured in Fortune Magazine

FORTUNE has published an interview with Karen about our work with General Motors, Creating an iPad experience

Methods in Collision

Products are produced by using a process – the way people organize themselves to get things done. Whether it is a formal process with a name or just the habits of working that get built up in a culture, nothing is produced without some kind of “way” of doing things.

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