2023 | Advised Prof. Eun Kyong Choe
Around 2.5% of the global population grapples with hoarding disorder, linked to anxiety and depression. This study analyzes Reddit data to explore the experiences and challenges of individuals with hoarding behavior. Design implications for digital interventions, such as collaborative tracking, aim to assist hoarders in managing their health and living conditions.
2022 | Advised Prof. Saurabh Tiwari
Demonstration Video: https://youtu.be/paArBdnPlnk
In our tech-centric era, universal digital access is crucial. This paper introduces a browser extension tool for creating accessible websites, offering insights through tests tailored for minority user groups. It also explores enhancing inclusivity by identifying key checkpoints.
2021 | Advised Prof. Kalyan Sasidhar
Conducted user research using semi-structured interviews and observations to understand the typical patterns of smartphone usage and psychological effects experienced by individuals aged 43 to 92.
2021 | Advised Prof. Saurabh Tiwari
We interviewed 10 professionals, including software developers, UX designers, and product managers, with experience ranging from 1.5 to 13 years to explore how industrial practitioners in India perceive and implement accessibility and inclusive design.