Richmond Y. Wong
PhD Student, School of Information, UC Berkeley

My research investigates how technology designers and engineers address privacy in their professional practices, and how design methods and approaches can be used to proactively surface, explore, discuss, and critique privacy and other social values-related concerns during the design process. I draw upon work and approaches from science & technology studies, human computer interaction, and speculative and critical design. See More

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July 2018 - A book chapter in collaboration with Elaine Sedenberg and John Chuang on biosensing privacy in public spaces has been published, A window into the soul: Biosensing in public

July 2018 - Along with collaborator Vera Khovanskaya, our chapter Speculative Design in HCI: From Corporate Imaginations to Critical Orientations has been published as a part of the book New Directions in Third Wave Human-Computer Interaction: Volume 2 - Methodologies

June 2018 - My paper When BCIs have APIs: Design Fictions of Everyday Brain-Computer Interface Adoption with I School co-authors Nick Merrill and John Chuang has recieved an honorable mention award at the 2018 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '18)

May 2018 - Our pictorial, An Interface without A User: An Exploratory Design Study of Online Privacy Policies and Digital Legalese, has been accepted to the 2018 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '18), with collaborators James Pierce, Sarah Fox, Nick Merrill, and Carl DiSalvo

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