Sarah E. Fox is a PhD candidate working in the Tactile and Tactical (TAT) Design Lab at the University of Washington, where she conducts a broad range of research at the intersection of design intervention and inquiry. She holds a Master's degree in Digital Media from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was a part of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing. She has worked with the Human Experience and Design group at Microsoft Research, the Privacy Research and Design team at Google, and the Interaction and Experience Research group at Intel Labs.
Background image by Emily Alden Foster from our collaboration with Amy Burek on Hacking Culture, Not Devices (the zine!).