“Are we all in the same boat?” Customizable and Evolving Avatars in Online Crowd Work

Figure 1: The image is the worker community space. The interface has buttons that allow it to refresh the subset of displayed workers, filter on workers with a similar mood, order workers on level, and load more avatars. The avatar of the worker is surrounded by the other workers’ avatars to induce a sense of group identification.

We welcome and thank Esra for sharing her CHI 2024 paper! What’s your name? Hi, my name is Esra de Groot. Citation: Esra Cemre Su de Groot and Ujwal Gadiraju. 2024. “Are we all in the same boat?” Customizable and Evolving Avatars to Improve Worker Engagement and Foster a Sense of Community in Online Crowd… Continue reading “Are we all in the same boat?” Customizable and Evolving Avatars in Online Crowd Work

Designing (with) AI for Wellbeing

Figure 1: An image from the website of the workshop "Designing (with) AI for Wellbeing" at CHI 2024.

Dimitra Dritsa and Loes van Renswouw present their workshop at CHI 2024. Check out the website here. What’s your name? Hi, we are Dimitra Dritsa and Loes van Renswouw! Citation: Dimitra Dritsa, Loes van Renswouw, Sara Colombo, Kaisa Väänänen, Sander Bogers, Arian Martinez, Jess Holbrook, and Aarnout Brombacher. 2024. Designing (with) AI for Wellbeing. In… Continue reading Designing (with) AI for Wellbeing

CHI NL Read: Cultural Heritage Artifacts and Material Experiences

Image 4: The mixed reality prototype showing a) the physical dummy of the book, and mixed reality views (b-f), with b-d) enhanced fold-ability, e) age-ability, and f) tear-ability. (Original book: (c) ‘Tip en Top boven de Wolken’, Vojtěch Kubašta, 1964, adapted with permission).

We are delighted to welcome Willemijn Elkhuizen who shares her CHI 2024 paper called On the Role of Materials Experience for Novel Interactions with Digital Representations of Historical Pop-up and Movable Books. Hi, what’s your name? Hi, my name is Willemijn Elkhuizen Citation: Willemijn Elkhuizen, Jeff Love, Stefano Parisi, and Elvin Karana. 2024. On the… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Cultural Heritage Artifacts and Material Experiences

STAPP: Designing a Tool for People with Korsakoff’s Syndrome to Re-learn Daily Activities Step by Step

Sanne Beijer and Fenna Dam present their CHI 2024 case study, entitled “STAPP: Designing a Tool for People with Korsakoff’s Syndrome to Re-learn Daily Activities Step by Step“ What’s your name? Hi, we are Sanne Beijer and Fenna Dam! Citation: Sanne Beijer, Fenna Dam, Maarten Houben, and Rens Brankaert. 2024. STAPP: Designing a Tool for… Continue reading STAPP: Designing a Tool for People with Korsakoff’s Syndrome to Re-learn Daily Activities Step by Step

CHI NL Read: The Design Space of Direct Interactions with Flavobacteria

Flavobacteria’s visual response to human inputs of pressing, tilting and swiping.

We are very pleased to have Clarice Risseeuw showcase her CHI 2024 paper with us, titled “(Re)activate, (Re)direct, (Re)arrange: Exploring the Design Space of Direct Interactions with Flavobacteria”. Figures of application concepts, in which Flavobacteria act as a qualitative display through a diverse range of grown patina affected by human input, i.e., living traces. What’s… Continue reading CHI NL Read: The Design Space of Direct Interactions with Flavobacteria

CHI NL Read: Social Media Detox

Hello everyone! We are very pleased to have Aditya Kumar Purohit showcase his upcoming CHI 2023 paper with us, titled “Starving the Newsfeed for Social Media Detox: Effects of Strict and Self-regulated Facebook Newsfeed Diets“. [Reading time: min.] What’s your name? Hi, my name is Aditya Kumar Purohit. Citation: Aditya Kumar Purohit, Kristoffer Bergram, Louis… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Social Media Detox

CHI NL Read: Handling Failures in Deep Learning Computer Vision Models

Hello everyone! We are very pleased to have Agathe Balayn showcase her upcoming CHI 2023 paper with us, titled “Faulty or Ready? Handling Failures in Deep-Learning Computer Vision Models until Deployment: A Study of Practices, Challenges, and Needs.“. [Reading time: min.] What’s your name? Hi, my name is Agathe Balayn. Citation: Agathe Balayn, Natasa Rikalo,… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Handling Failures in Deep Learning Computer Vision Models

CHI NL Read: Conformity Effect Across Cultures

Hello everyone! We are very pleased to to have Christine Bauer showcase her recent CHI 2022 Late-Breaking Work (LBW) with us, titled “To flip or not to flip: conformity effect across cultures“. [Reading time: min.] Author names: Bruce Ferwerda and Christine Bauer Citation: Bruce Ferwerda and Christine Bauer. 2022. To Flip or Not to Flip:… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Conformity Effect Across Cultures

CHI NL Read: Habilyzer Open-Ended Sensor Kit

Hello everyone! We are very excited to to have Tjeu van Bussel showcase his recent CHI 2022 Late-Breaking Work (LBW) with us, titled “Habilyzer: Empowering Office Workers to Investigate Their Working Habits Using an Open-Ended Sensor Kit“. [Reading time: min.] Lead author’s name: Tjeu van Bussel Citation: van Bussel, T., van den Heuvel, R., &… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Habilyzer Open-Ended Sensor Kit

CHI NL Read: Metaphorical Agent Representation in Conversational Crowdsourcing

Hello everyone! We are very excited to to have Ji-Youn Jung showcase her recent CHI 2022 Paper with us, titled “Great Chain of Agents: The Role of Metaphorical Representation of Agents in Conversational Crowdsourcing“. [Reading time: min.] Lead author’s name: Ji-Youn Jung Citation: Ji-Youn Jung, Sihang Qiu, Alessandro Bozzon, and Ujwal Gadiraju. 2022. Great Chain… Continue reading CHI NL Read: Metaphorical Agent Representation in Conversational Crowdsourcing