Nick Merrill. Security Fictions: Bridging speculative design and computer security. DIS '20.
Sandjar Kozubaev, Chris Elsden, Noura Howell, Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard, Nick Merrill, Britta Schulte, Richmond Y. Wong. Expanding Modes of Reflection in Design Futuring. CHI '20.
Richmond Y. Wong, Vera Khovanskaya, Sarah E. Fox, Nick Merrill, Phoebe Sengers. Infrastructural Speculations: Tactics for designing and interrogating lifeworlds. CHI '20.
James Pierce, Sarah E. Fox, Nick Merrill, Richmond Y. Wong. Differential Vulnerabilities and a Diversity of Tactics: What toolkits teach us about cybersecurity. CSCW '18.
James Pierce, Sarah E. Fox, Nick Merrill, Richmond Y. Wong, Carl DiSalvo. An Interface Without a User: An exploratory design study of online privacy policies and digital legalese. DIS '18.
Nick Merrill. Better Not to Know?: The SHA1 collision & the limits of polemic computation. LIMITS '17.
James Pierce, Richmond Y. Wong, Nick Merrill. Sensor Illumination: Exploring design qualities and ethical implications of smart cameras and image/video analytics. CHI'20.
Nick Merrill, John Chuang, Coye Cheshire. Sensing is Believing: What People Think Biosensors Can Reveal About Thoughts and Feelings. DIS '19.
Nick Merrill, John Chuang. Models of Minds: Reading the mind beyond the brain. alt.chi '19.
Richmond Y Wong, Nick Merrill, John Chuang. When BCIs have APIs: Design fictions of everyday brain-computer interface adoption. DIS '18. Honorable mention
Nick Merrill, John Chuang. From Scanning Brains to Reading Minds: Talking to engineers about brain-computer interface. CHI '18.
Nick Merrill, Coye Cheshire. Trust Your Heart: Assessing cooperation and trust with biosignals in computer-mediated interactions. CSCW '17. Honorable mention
Nick Merrill, Coye Cheshire. Habits of the Heart (rate): Social interpretation of biosignals in two interaction contexts. ACM GROUP '16.