Agenda

A draft agenda for the workshop. Subject to change.

Time (PST)ActivityDescription
6:00WelcomeOrganizers introduce themselves and the agenda
6:15Lightning introductions
(about half of participants)
Participants introduce themselves and share one slide with a visual example of a dark pattern from their domain of focus (one-minute per participant)
6:30Session 1: What and where are dark patterns?Small group discussion of how to define dark patterns and where they are often found.
7:15Fifteen-minute break
7:30Group sharingRapporteur from each Session 1 small group shares highlights of their discussion
7:45Lightning introductions
(about half of participants)
Participants introduce themselves and share one slide with a dark pattern from their domain of focus (one-minute per participant)
8:00Keynote with Q&A:
Digital Market Manipulation
Ryan Calo, Professor of Law at The University of Washington, will present on the legal and policy implications of dark patterns
8:30Fifteen-minute break
8:45Session 2: What can CHI do about dark patterns?Small group discussion of how to address dark patterns. In advance of the workshop, participants will be assigned to read some of the position papers of the other participants in their small group.
9:30Group sharingRapporteur from each Session 2 small group shares highlights of their discussion
9:45Next stepsConclusion and sign up participants to help disseminate the workshop results
9:55End of formal workshop proceedings
10:00[Optional] Social hangout breakout rooms (•‿•)Join optional social hangouts in breakout rooms to further connect with fellow workshop participants. Based on interest, we will setup rooms for activities such as chat, world tours, games, design activities, and research brainstorming
10:45End of social hangouts