Using the research and principles from games for good, at team from the University of Maryland is creating a Career Power board game. Intrigued? Help us test it at our next research game night!
Central to the Women in Tech Project is creating interventions to address what we’ve uncovered from the field interviews and quantitative research. Using the research and principles from games for good, a team from University of Maryland is creating a Career Power board game. Intrigued? Help us test it at our next research game night!
Karen will be speaking on Contextual Design: Design for Life. She'll be discussing the changing ways technology impacts life and the new data collection, modeling and design techniques now a standard part of Contextual Design. This event is open to public. Go to the event website to learn more and purchase a ticket for only $10. The
Karen's article in Network Computing outlines the critical factors companies should focus on in order to retain women working in IT. The article is a great introduction to work being done by the Women in Tech Project.
Karen is delighted to be the keynote speaker at the GEWINN conference in Heilbronn, Germany. GEWINN centers on interdisciplinary knowledge regarding gender and IT and is part of the research project Gender. Knowledge. Informatics. Network for Research Transfer of Interdisciplinary Knowledge regarding Gender and IT (GEWINN). Researchers from all over the world will be presenting their work
Karen is co-leading two SIGs at CHI. In this one, Karen and co-presenter Carol Farnsworth of Facebook will be leading a discussion about the best way to communicate user research to stakeholders. Below is a description. You can learn more on the conference website. The need for user research is accepted by most high-tech companies.