On Thursday, May 25th at 12:30 CEST we will have a Data-Centric Design conversation with Marit Bentvelzen about Reflection by Interaction - How technology can support users in reflecting on personal data. Join us online (Zoom) or on TU Delft Campus.
- Join on in-person: TU Delft campus, Building 32 (IDE), Studio 17 Free Lunch 😋!
- Join online: Zoom link
- Join our community Slack: Slack link
We will particularly discuss two of her recent papers:
- Revisiting Reflection in HCI Marit Bentvelzen, Paweł W. Woźniak, Pia S.F. Herbes, Evropi Stefanidi, and Jasmin Niess. IMWUT ‘22.
- How Instructional Data Physicalisation Fosters Reflection in Personal Informatics Marit Bentvelzen, Julia Dominiak, Jasmin Niess, Frederique Henraat, and Paweł W. Woźniak. CHI ‘23.
A few words about Marit - Driven by an interest in the intersection of technology and human experience, she is currently pursuing a PhD in Human Computer Interaction at Utrecht University. With a focus on personal informatics systems, her research explores how technology can foster reflection on personal data. Her current fascination lies in understanding the impact that the design of metrics has on users’ perception of themselves and their overall health and well-being. By examining how metrics shape individuals’ self-perception, she aims to develop insights that can guide the creation of more meaningful and user-centered personal informatics interfaces.