Accepted Papers

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26 papers, 16 countries, 70+ authors

WAGAW: Mobile Crowedsensing based Comparison Shopping Agent in Cloud-Centric Cloud Centric Service
Salahadin Seid Musa, Wollo University, Ethopia
Seid Yesuf Ali, Jimma University, Ethopia
Tofik Jemal, Jimma University, Ethopia

Ethnofiction: Care identity, agency and representation in experiential ethnography
John Morrison, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Crowd-voicing the Community of Havana
Mennatallah Saleh,Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Martha Mosha, University of Namibia, Namibia
Ryna Cilliers, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Chris Muashekele, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
Yasmeen Abdrabou, German University in Cairo, Egypt
Anton Lungameni, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia

Hidden Margins: Developing New Ways of Designing for, and with, Older Adult Immigrants
Amna Liaqat, University of Toronto, Canada
Cosmin Munteanu, University of Toronto, Canada

A Cross-modal Framework for the analysis of Pen and Touch Gesture Patterns that are indicative of Users’ Stress among Students from Nigerian Universities
Tochukwu Arinze Ikwunne, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo, Nigeria
Grace Ngai, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong, China

Towards Designing Mental Health Solution for Female Rohingya Refugees
Tamanna Motahar, North South University, Bangladesch
Kimia Tuz Zaman, North South University, Bangladesch
Sakif Md. Fahim, North South University, Bangladesch
Ashraful Karim Ishrak, North South University, Bangladesch
Nova Ahmed, North South University, Bangladesch
Tamanna Motahar, North South University, Bangladesch

Keeleneni: A Co-Designed Crime Prevention Intervention Within the Havana Community
Aderonke Busayo Sakpere, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Josephina Mikka-Muntuumo, Namibia University of Science & Technology, Namibia
Hilma Aludhilu, University of Namibia, Namibia
Ikwunne Tochukwu Arinze, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Nigeria
Maletsabisa Molapo, IBM Research, South Africa
Isaac Vertino Lucio, Namibia University of Science & Technology, Namibia

Exploring ICT Opportunities for Couple Counselling on Contraceptive Methods in Pakistan
Amna Batool, Information Technology University, Pakistan
Beenish Fatima, Information Technology University, Pakistan
Aimen Shah, Information Technology University, Pakistan
Arshi Iftikhar, Information Technology University, Pakistan
Eisha Tir Razia, Information Technology University, Pakistan

How to choose a child’s career – Aspirations between upper middle class and lower class families in India
Deepak Ranjan Padhi, IIT Bombay, India
Pranjal, Jain Srishti Institute of Art Design & Technology, India
Syiam, Dhingra Srishti Institute of Art Design & Technology, India

AM I Safe? Looking at Personal Data Privacy in Bangladesh
Rahat Jahangir Rony, North South University, Bangladesch
Nova Ahmed, North South University, Bangladesch

Determining Socio-Economic status of twitter users through their educational level, content they posts and language
Ayesha Asghar, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Agha Ali Raza, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Maryam Mustafa, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan

Stress and Personality Study on Drivers of Bangladesh
Rahat Jahangir Rony, North South University, Bangladesch
Nova Ahmed, North South University, Bangladesch
Rio Chakma, North South University, Bangladesch

Microcelebrities in Bangladesh
Mohammad Rashidujjaman Rifat, University of Toronto, Canada
Dipto Das, Missouri State University, USA
Najmul Islam, University of Turku, Finland
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, University of Toronto, Canada
Mohammad Rashidujjaman Rifat, University of Toronto, Canada

Designing Sanitation Technology with an Informal Settlement in Namibia using a Community-driven Approach
Daniel Deithei, Bremen University, Germany
Abdullahi Abubakar Kawu, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Nigeria
Christine, Wanjiru University of Cape Town, South Africa
Shaimaa Lazem, City for Scientific Research and Technology, Egypt
Abdullahi Abubakar Kawu, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Nigeria

Correlation between Religion and Technology
Fareeda Nawaz, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Maryam Mustafa, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan

Appropriation of Conservation Tools by Indigenous Communities through Co-Design
Chris Muashekele, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia

Motorbike Ridesharing in Bangladesh: The Way of Empowerment
Rahat Jahangir Rony, North South University, Bangladesch
Gazi Fakhrul Islam, Ahsanullah Uneversity of Science and Technology, Bangladesch
Nova Ahmed, North South University, Bangladesch

Exploring Digital Systems for Tuberculosis (TB) Patients to Improve Adherence to TB Pills
Amna Batool, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Nasim Fatima, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Fanila Younis, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan

Studying Intersections in Conducting Research with Minors from Lower Socioeconomic Background in India
Shaan Chopra, IIIT Delhi, India

That post saved my life’! Social media and Women’s Mental Health
Fouzia Younas, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Amna Batool, Information Technology University Lahore, Pakistan
Mustafa Naseem, University of Michigan, USA
Maryam Mustafa, Information Technology University, Pakistan
Fouzia Younas, Information Technology University, Pakistan

Understanding Well-being Practice in Rural Bangladesh
Sharifa Sultana, Cornell University, USA
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, University of Toronto, Canada
Susan R Fussell, Cornell University, USA

Understanding restructured technology practices by teachers at the margins of intersectionality
Rama Adithya Varanasi, Cornell University, USA
Nicola Dell, Cornell University, USA

Redesigning Question & Answer Sites to Engage Group-focused Participants
Nigini Oliveira, University of Washington, USA
Lea Quan, University of Washington, USA

Design Characteristics of Three At-scale mHealth Applications in the Global South: A Case Study Approach
Müge Haseki, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Sharada Srinivasan, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Muge Haseki, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Challenges of a multidisciplinary, multicultural, and cross-sectoral era IT & Health
Vasiliki Mylonopoulou, University of Oulu, Finland
Maria Karampela, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Using Co-Design to Support the Land Acquisition Process for the Havana Community of Namibia
Victor Adelakun Omolaoye, Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), Namibia
Laura Chemtai Cheptegei, Kabarak University Nakuru, Kenya
Andrew A. Bayor, Queensland University of Technology, Australia