Usable privacy and security researcher
at Karlstad University
August 2010 - at Present
Conducting research on usability and user experience aspects of privacy, security and transparency technologies. Teaching undergraduate University courses in the field of Human-Computer Interaction for the Department of Informatics and Computer Science. Managing research projects resulting in functional prototypes and/or academic publications. Contributing to multidisciplinary and multicultural research projects in collaboration with various Universities and companies in Europe, such as the European FP7 Projects PrimeLife and A4Cloud, two Google Research Awards, and a national Swedish project, U-PrIM.
UX Researcher Intern
June 2014 - October 2014
Following a user-centred design process to explore mechanisms in which Google can provide its users with a straightforward and easy-to-understand help process in case they experience an unfortunate security- or privacy-related incident. Carrying out literature reviews and qualitative user studies to understand users’ mental models and behaviours in these type of incidents. Exemplifying use cases through personas and storyboards. Iteratively designing and evaluating ideas towards feasible solutions on mobile devices with the use of lo-fi sketches and hi-fi interactive mobile wireframes. Disseminating the work through an academic research paper.
2010 - 2015 (5 years) Värmlands Län
Knowledge and keywords