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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × South Korea
2 × Canada
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
K.Z.Gajos L.Harrison R.Chang S.Komarov K.Gajos C.Herrmann D.R.Flatla C.Gutwin M.K.Nguyen A.Bernstein M.Näf T.Yeh L.Miratrix R.Mardiko Y.Zhao J.Liu
Talks about:
perform (2) impress (2) aesthet (2) websit (2) visual (2) around (2) world (2) onlin (2) first (2) user (2)

Person: Katharina Reinecke

DBLP DBLP: Reinecke:Katharina

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CSCW 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CSCW 20132013
CHI 20122012

Wrote 8 papers:

CHI-2015-HarrisonRC #design
Infographic Aesthetics: Designing for the First Impression (LH, KR, RC), pp. 1187–1190.
CSCW-2015-ReineckeG #named #online #scalability
LabintheWild: Conducting Large-Scale Online Experiments With Uncompensated Samples (KR, KZG), pp. 1364–1378.
CHI-2014-ReineckeG #visual notation
Quantifying visual preferences around the world (KR, KZG), pp. 11–20.
CHI-2013-FlatlaRGG13a #automation #named
SPRWeb: preserving subjective responses to website colour schemes through automatic recolouring (DRF, KR, CG, KZG), pp. 2069–2078.
CHI-2013-KomarovRG #crowdsourcing #performance #user interface
Crowdsourcing performance evaluations of user interfaces (SK, KR, KZG), pp. 207–216.
CHI-2013-ReineckeYMMZLG #complexity #predict #quantifier #visual notation
Predicting users’ first impressions of website aesthetics with a quantification of perceived visual complexity and colorfulness (KR, TY, LM, RM, YZ, JL, KZG), pp. 2049–2058.
CSCW-2013-ReineckeNBNG #behaviour #difference #online #scheduling
Doodle around the world: online scheduling behavior reflects cultural differences in time perception and group decision-making (KR, MKN, AB, MN, KZG), pp. 45–54.
CHI-2012-GajosRH #metric #performance
Accurate measurements of pointing performance from in situ observations (KG, KR, CH), pp. 3157–3166.

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