Marta Świetlik

Ph.D. Candidate, user experience researcher (UX researcher) at the Centre for Digital Humanities, art historian and critic, curator. As part of individual doctoral studies “Digital Humanities” held by the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology she conducts innovative research on the usability of contemporary art exhibitions, combining cultural studies tools with UX design methodology. More on website:

At CHC, she is responsible for user research and community building around Inspire, a portal for sharing knowledge and data about culture and humanities, being developed at DARIAH-PL, as well as communicating and designing solutions for open science in Poland as part of the development of the OPERAS-PL network. She maintains the Center’s social media accounts, the OPERAS-PL newsletter and the #OpenHumanities project blog.