Hi! I'm Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I'm coadvised by James Fogarty and Sean Munson.
I study the design of personal informatics and self-tracking tools to integrate into people's everyday lives. In doing so, I both study people's ongoing practices with commercial tools and design and implement new technology. I focus on building tools which support people's personal goals, emphasizing mindfulness and awareness over prescription or persuasion.
When I'm not doing research, I try to spend time outside by hiking or running. I collect turtle figurines, and am the proud caretaker of a red-eared slider named Donatello.
Selected Publications (all)
Reconsidering the Device in the Drawer: Lapses As a Design Opportunity in Personal InformaticsUbiComp 2016 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX
Semi-automated tracking: A Balanced Approach for Self-Monitoring ApplicationsIEEE Pervasive Computing (in press)
Taking 5: Work-Breaks, Productivity, and Opportunities for Personal Informatics for Knowledge WorkersCHI 2016 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX • study materials
Crumbs: Lightweight Daily Food Challenges to Promote Engagement and MindfulnessCHI 2016 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX • study materials
Beyond Abandonment to Next Steps: Understanding and Designing for Life After Personal Informatics Tool UseCHI 2016 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX • survey materials
A Lived Informatics Model of Personal InformaticsUbiComp 2015 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX • survey materials
Barriers and Negative Nudges: Exploring Challenges in Food JournalingCHI 2015 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX
Best Paper Nominee (Top 5%)
From "Nobody Cares" to "Way to Go!": A Design Framework for Social Sharing in Personal InformaticsCSCW 2015 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX
Taming Data Complexity in Lifelogs: Exploring Visual Cuts of Personal Informatics DataDIS 2014 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX
Fine-grained Sharing of Sensed Physical Activity: A Value Sensitive ApproachUbiComp 2013 • PDF • DOI • BibTeX