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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
3 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
L.Findlater P.K.Chilana K.Shinohara B.A.Myers A.J.Ko A.Jansen M.Goel S.K.Kane S.Harada J.Fogarty R.Vatavu M.E.Mott P.T.Pasqual A.Evans R.E.Ladner T.Grossman S.N.Patel A.J.Ko B.Frey K.O'Leary E.A.Riskin M.Dixon B.Lee D.Wigdor M.R.Morris A.D.Wilson K.Z.Gajos D.S.Weld D.H.Chau B.Rothrock D.Gergle J.J.Higgins E.Cutrell I.S.MacKenzie A.Mariakakis M.T.I.Aumi J.Froehlich K.Fattal T.Dastyar T.Mandel G.W.Fitzmaurice J.Malkin J.A.Bilmes J.A.Landay S.(.Liu S.Kimuro S.Azenkot S.Prasain A.Borning E.Fortuna
Talks about:
use (10) gestur (6) point (6) entri (6) text (6) base (6) touch (5) user (5) type (5) screen (4)

Person: Jacob O. Wobbrock

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Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20072007
CHI 20062006

Wrote 33 papers:

CHI-2015-ChilanaKW #case study #design #human-computer #research
From User-Centered to Adoption-Centered Design: A Case Study of an HCI Research Innovation Becoming a Product (PKC, AJK, JOW), pp. 1749–1758.
CHI-2015-MariakakisGAPW #mobile #named #using
SwitchBack: Using Focus and Saccade Tracking to Guide Users’ Attention for Mobile Task Resumption (AM, MG, MTIA, SNP, JOW), pp. 2953–2962.
CHI-2015-VatavuW #analysis #elicitation #formal method #metric #tool support
Formalizing Agreement Analysis for Elicitation Studies: New Measures, Significance Test, and Toolkit (RDV, JOW), pp. 1325–1334.
CHI-2014-MottW #lens #using
Beating the bubble: using kinematic triggering in the bubble lens for acquiring small, dense targets (MEM, JOW), pp. 733–742.
CHI-2014-PasqualW #predict #using
Mouse pointing endpoint prediction using kinematic template matching (PTP, JOW), pp. 743–752.
CHI-2013-ChilanaKWG #case study #crowdsourcing #multi
A multi-site field study of crowdsourced contextual help: usage and perspectives of end users and software teams (PKC, AJK, JOW, TG), pp. 217–226.
CHI-2013-FindlaterFFWD #difference #performance
Age-related differences in performance with touchscreens compared to traditional mouse input (LF, JF, KF, JOW, TD), pp. 343–346.
CHI-2013-GoelJMPW #mobile #named #using
ContextType: using hand posture information to improve mobile touch screen text entry (MG, AJ, TM, SNP, JOW), pp. 2795–2798.
CHI-2013-KaneFW #documentation #gesture #lens
Access lens: a gesture-based screen reader for real-world documents (SKK, BF, JOW), pp. 347–350.
CHI-2013-OLearyWR #design #human-computer #research
Q-methodology as a research and design tool for HCI (KO, JOW, EAR), pp. 1941–1950.
CHI-2012-ChilanaKW #crowdsourcing #named #web
LemonAid: selection-based crowdsourced contextual help for web applications (PKC, AJK, JOW), pp. 1549–1558.
CHI-2012-DixonFW #analysis #interface #using #visual notation
A general-purpose target-aware pointing enhancement using pixel-level analysis of graphical interfaces (MD, JF, JOW), pp. 3167–3176.
CHI-2012-EvansW #behaviour #metric
Taming wild behavior: the input observer for text entry and mouse pointing measures from everyday computer use (AE, JOW), pp. 1947–1956.
CHI-2012-FindlaterLW #gesture #multi
Beyond QWERTY: augmenting touch screen keyboards with multi-touch gestures for non-alphanumeric input (LF, BL, JOW), pp. 2679–2682.
CHI-2012-FindlaterW #adaptation #automation #personalisation #type system
Personalized input: improving ten-finger touchscreen typing through automatic adaptation (LF, JOW), pp. 815–824.
CHI-2012-GoelFW #mobile #named #using
WalkType: using accelerometer data to accomodate situational impairments in mobile touch screen text entry (MG, LF, JOW), pp. 2687–2696.
CHI-2011-AzenkotPBFLW #independence #safety
Enhancing independence and safety for blind and deaf-blind public transit riders (SA, SP, AB, EF, REL, JOW), pp. 3247–3256.
CHI-2011-ChilanaKWGF #overview #usability
Post-deployment usability: a survey of current practices (PKC, AJK, JOW, TG, GWF), pp. 2243–2246.
CHI-2011-FindlaterWW #type system
Typing on flat glass: examining ten-finger expert typing patterns on touch surfaces (LF, JOW, DW), pp. 2453–2462.
CHI-2011-KaneWL #comprehension #gesture #people #performance
Usable gestures for blind people: understanding preference and performance (SKK, JOW, REL), pp. 413–422.
CHI-2011-ShinoharaW #interactive #social
In the shadow of misperception: assistive technology use and social interactions (KS, JOW), pp. 705–714.
CHI-2011-WobbrockFGH #analysis #parametricity #rank #using
The aligned rank transform for nonparametric factorial analyses using only anova procedures (JOW, LF, DG, JJH), pp. 143–146.
CHI-2011-WobbrockJS #2d #fault #modelling #predict
Modeling and predicting pointing errors in two dimensions (JOW, AJ, KS), pp. 1653–1656.
CHI-2011-WobbrockSJ #design #empirical #metric #modelling #throughput
The effects of task dimensionality, endpoint deviation, throughput calculation, and experiment design on pointing measures and models (JOW, KS, AJ), pp. 1639–1648.
CHI-2010-ChilanaWK #comprehension #usability
Understanding usability practices in complex domains (PKC, JOW, AJK), pp. 2337–2346.
CHI-2009-HaradaWMBL #learning #people
Longitudinal study of people learning to use continuous voice-based cursor control (SH, JOW, JM, JAB, JAL), pp. 347–356.
The angle mouse: target-agnostic dynamic gain adjustment based on angular deviation (JOW, JF, SY(L, SK, SH), pp. 1401–1410.
CHI-2009-WobbrockMW #gesture
User-defined gestures for surface computing (JOW, MRM, ADW), pp. 1083–1092.
CHI-2008-GajosWW #interface #performance
Improving the performance of motor-impaired users with automatically-generated, ability-based interfaces (KZG, JOW, DSW), pp. 1257–1266.
CHI-2008-WobbrockCHM #fault
An error model for pointing based on Fitts’ law (JOW, EC, SH, ISM), pp. 1613–1622.
CHI-2007-WobbrockCM #mobile
An alternative to push, press, and tap-tap-tap: gesturing on an isometric joystick for mobile phone text entry (JOW, DHC, BAM), pp. 667–676.
CHI-2006-WobbrockM #people
Trackball text entry for people with motor impairments (JOW, BAM), pp. 479–488.
CHI-2006-WobbrockMR #gesture
Few-key text entry revisited: mnemonic gestures on four keys (JOW, BAM, BR), pp. 489–492.

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