- January 10, 2019 CHI 2019 Paper On Digital Technology Use in Elementary Schools Accepted
- October 24, 2018 Contextual Integrity Symposium 2018 Report Available
- October 24, 2018 Participatory Design with Children, Tweens, and Teens at SOUPS 2018
- October 22, 2018 User Perceptions of Smart Home Internet of Things (IoT) Privacy
- October 8, 2018 Upcoming Creativity/HCI/Design Speakers at Princeton
Author Archives: marshini
Our paper, with fantastic collaborators Priya Kumar, Tammy Clegg, and Jessica Vitak, has been accepted to CHI 2019! This paper investigates how elementary school teachers consider privacy and security for digital technology use. A summary blog post will be posted … Continue reading
We recently held the Symposium for Applications of Contextual Integrity in September 2018. The full report for the symposium is now available within a related blog post here.
Recently, we held a workshop at the SOUPS 2018 conference on Participatory Design (PD) with children, tweens, and teens. To read more about the workshop, please check out this related post.
Interested in learning about creativity in design? Don’t forget to attend Keith Sawyer’s lecture tomorrow, on Tuesday October 9 at 4:30pm in the Friend Center, Convocation Room. Keith is being hosted by the Keller Center and represents one of many … Continue reading
Congratulations to Princeton HCI’s Arunesh Mathur on a CSCW 2018 Best paper award for his work on measuring the prevalence of affiliate marketing on YouTube and Pinterest and user perceptions of endorsement disclosures on these platforms! The lab has two additional … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Philipp Winter, Annie Edmundson, Laura Roberts, Agnieskza Dutkowska-Żuk, Marshini Chetty, and Nick Feamster Our work on “How Tor Users Interact With Onion Services” will be presented at the upcoming USENIX Security conference in Baltimore in August. … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Priya Kumar, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Marshini Chetty, Tammy Clegg, Brenna McNally, Jonathan Yang, and Jessica Vitak Our paper on “Co-Designing Online Privacy-Related Games and Stories with Children” will be presented at the international Interaction Design and Children … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Laura Herman. As I look forward to my position as a User Experience Researcher in Silicon Valley next year, I have begun to reflect on the four years at Princeton that prepared me for my next … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Julie Romanosky. In this post, we summarize the findings of our upcoming CHI 2018 paper. What is Zero-Rating? Zero-rating is the process of providing subsidized digital content or access to the Internet for `free’. Usually sponsored by … Continue reading