Rhizome Connect was a virtual social and scholarly event for BTS fans that took place August 7 – 16, 2020. For this conference, I proposed and facilitated a Reciprocity Ring social event, and supported the organizers in various aspects of event production.
A paper on the design and feasibility evaluations of Healing Spaces was published as part of the proceedings of the PETRA ’20 Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments. I contributed to the paper as second author, particularly in section 4.1 describing the RITE study, which I led during the project’s development.
Named Best Novelty Paper at PETRA 2020 Best Paper Awards
I was contracted as a game user researcher with the indie studio That’s Not A Game. I led research and playtesting for Wild Honesty, a two-player game that sparks deep conversations between friends which was formatted for mobile at the time.
I was the research lead for a project by The Being Academy. I provided the designer with a perspective on positive psychology research and behavioral health interventions, and was also involved in playtest survey design.
“A smart platform that allows caregivers to transform spaces through light, color, sounds, and visuals, turning any environment into a place where older adults living with dementia can focus, engage, and relax.”
I was a designer and usability researcher on this MFA thesis project by Gabriela Gomes.
“A fun game for friends that leads to deep conversations.”
I contributed as a consultant on design and research-based positive interventions for this two-player mobile game in 2017-2018.