Design as an Inquiry in HCI
by Dr Arthi Manohar
When: Wednesday 11th of May at 2 pm
Where: Brunel University London, Wilfred Brown Building Room 207/208
One of the research group’s newest members. Arthi is a design researcher, investigating the relationship between social design and technology. Arthi joined Brunel University in 2018 as a Lecturer in Design. Previous to Brunel, she was a Research Fellow at Northumbria University Newcastle where she explored complex socio-digital problems including designing for trust within the TAPESTRY project, funded by the RCUK Digital Economy. She has experience in working across interdisciplinary research groups including the Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham and the Innovation School at the Glasgow School of Art.
Arthi’s Doctorate was a part of an EPSRC Digital Economy project ‘Tales of Things and Electronic Memories’ (TOTeM) from the University of Dundee’s Socio Digital group. Her research interests include participatory design, co-design, user-centered design and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Her research and teaching explore the role of human values by investigating the relationship between social design and technology.
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