Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Center for Urban Innovation in the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology
My research focuses on the contemporary work practices and the emerging prominence of civic technology. I am interested in questions about the role of design in organizations, the nature of public participation and civic duty, and the social, cultural, and personal impacts of flexible work.
I approach these interests through the lenses of the humanities, science and technology studies, media theory, design research/studies/management, and human-computer interaction. I take influence from workplace ethnographies, studies of the everyday, and empirical design theory.
Flexible Work, Flexible Work Spaces: The Emergence of the Coworking Industry in US Cities 'Actually existing smart citizens': expertise and (non)participation in the making of the smart city Ethnography of Civic Participation: The Difficulty of Showing Up Even when You Are There Collaboration is sometimes a euphemism The Co in Coworking Drones for Foraging and Post-Digital Cities (CIQ ep.2) What Data Tells Us & What We Tell Data (CIQ ep.1) Who Walks (and who gets to) The Work of User Experience Design MathJax Example