Richmond Y. Wong
PhD Candidate, 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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Jan 2020 - Honored to be a 2020 Fellow with the Center for Technology, Society & Policy to start developing a project looking at the intersection of tech companies, public transit, and design futures!

Jan 2020 - A pre-print of our CHI 2020 paper, Infrastructural Speculations: Tactics for Designing and Interrogating Lifeworlds is now available.

Dec 2019 - Very honored and excited to have multiple papers conditionally accepted to CHI 2020! Including my paper bringing together lenses from infrastructure studies & speculative design with Vera Khovanskaya, Sarah Fox, Nick Merrill, and Phoebe Sengers entitled Infrastructural Speculations: Tactics for Designing and Interrogating Lifeworlds. And a paper co-authored paper with Sandjar Kozubaev, Chris Elsden, Britta Schulte, Marie Louise Juul Sondergaard, Noura Howell, and Nick Merrill, Expanding Modes of Reflection in Design Futuring. Look for pre-prints here soon!

Oct 2019 - Happy to share a pre-print of our upcoming CSCW 2019 paper in which we present an analytic tool to grapple with the value of fairness, This Thing Called Fairness: Disciplinary ConfusionRealizing a Value in Technology, a collaboration with Deirdre Mulligan, Joshua Kroll, and Nitin Kohli.

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