publications by year and venue, in reverse chronological order.


  1. Wash. U. L. Rev.
    PREPRINT: Privacy Nicks: How the Law Normalizes Surveillance
    Hartzog, Woodrow, Selinger, Evan, and Gunawan, Johanna
    In Washington University Law Review 2024


  1. CHI Workshops
    Position Paper: What Evidence is Needed to Prove the Existence of Dark Patterns?
    Gunawan, Johanna, Gray, Colin M., Santos, Cristiana, and Bielova, Nataliia
    CHI’23 Workshop: Designing Technology and Policy Simultaneously: Towards a Research Agenda and New Practice 2023
  2. CHI
    Understanding Dark Patterns in Home IoT Devices
    Kowalcyzk*, Monica, Gunawan*, Johanna, Dubois, Daniel, Choffnes, David, Hartzog, Woodrow, and Wilson, Christo
    In Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Apr 2023


  1. EuroUSEC
    Exploring Deceptive Design Patterns in Voice Interfaces
    In Proceedings of the 2022 European Symposium on Usable Security Sep 2022
  2. CSLAW
    Redress for Dark Patterns Privacy Harms? A Case Study on Consent Interactions
    Gunawan, Johanna, Santos, Cristiana, and Kamara, Irene
    In Proceedings of the 2022 Symposium on Computer Science and Law (CSLAW ’22) Nov 2022


  1. CSCW
    A Comparative Study of Dark Patterns Across Mobile and Web Modalities
    In Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction Oct 2021
  2. SHLR
    The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Technology Trust Gap
    In Seton Hall Law Review Symposium Book on Privacy, Healthcare, and Artificial Intelligence Sep 2021
    Case Study: The Case of the Nosy Neighbors
    Gunawan, Johanna, and Hartzog, Woodrow
    In MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing Feb 2021
  4. CHI Workshops
    Position Paper: Towards an Understanding of Dark Pattern Privacy Harms
    CHI’21 Workshop: What Can CHI Do About Dark Patterns? 2021


  1. Beware of Apps Bearing Gifts in a Pandemic
    Berkman Klein Center Collection on Medium Aug 2020