Arthi Manohar worked as a Design Research Fellow at Northumbria University. Arthi worked on an EPSRC project called TAPESTRY where she explored complex socio-digital problems including designing for trust. She has experience in working across interdisciplinary research groups including Mixed Reality Lab at University of Nottingham and the Institute of Design Innovation (InDI) at the Glasgow School of Art. Her research interests particularly concerned with understanding the role of human values to change the way users engage with technologies to help us be more creative, responsive, and reflective.
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Arthi Manohar and Jo Briggs. Designing In With Black Box Technologies and PD, DRS2018 Proceedings: Design Research Society 2018. Catalyst, 25-28 June 2018, Limerick.
Chris Elsden, Arthi Manohar, Jo Briggs, Mike Harding, Chris Speed, and John Vines, (2018) Making Sense of Blockchain Applications: A Typology for HCI. In: CHI ’18 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, p. 458.
Yifan Yang, John Collomosse, Arthi Manohar, Jo Briggs and Jamie Steane. 2018. TAPESTRY: Visualizing Interwoven Identities for Trust Provenance. VizSec 2018: IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security. IEEE.
Arthi Manohar and Jo Briggs (2018) Identity Management in the Age of Blockchain 3.0. In: HCI for Blockchain – CHI 2018 workshop, 22nd April 2018, Montreal, Canada.