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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × France
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.O.Wobbrock J.McGrenere M.Malu U.Oh K.Moffatt J.Froehlich J.A.Landay L.Anthony Y.Kim B.Lee M.Goel D.Wigdor R.Balakrishnan K.Toyama D.Modjeska J.Lanir K.S.Booth K.Williams D.McCall H.Ye D.Gergle J.J.Higgins J.Q.Dawson K.Fattal T.Dastyar K.Tee E.MacGregor B.Purves S.Fels D.Jain J.Gilkeson B.Holland R.Duraiswami D.N.Zotkin C.Vogler J.E.Froehlich M.Ostergren S.Ramanathan J.Peterson I.Wragg E.C.Larson F.Fu M.Bai S.Patel
Talks about:
user (6) use (6) impair (5) adapt (5) display (4) visual (4) person (4) design (4) touch (4) type (4)

Person: Leah Findlater

DBLP DBLP: Findlater:Leah

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20052005
CHI 20042004

Wrote 21 papers:

CHI-2015-JainFGHDZVF #artificial reality #visualisation
Head-Mounted Display Visualizations to Support Sound Awareness for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DJ, LF, JG, BH, RD, DNZ, CV, JEF), pp. 241–250.
CHI-2015-MaluF #artificial reality #personalisation #smarttech
Personalized, Wearable Control of a Head-mounted Display for Users with Upper Body Motor Impairments (MM, LF), pp. 221–230.
CHI-2015-WilliamsMMF #artificial reality #design
Designing Conversation Cues on a Head-Mounted Display to Support Persons with Aphasia (KW, KM, DM, LF), pp. 231–240.
CHI-2014-YeMOF #mobile #people #smarttech #visual notation
Current and future mobile and wearable device use by people with visual impairments (HY, MM, UO, LF), pp. 3123–3132.
CHI-2013-AnthonyKF #people
Analyzing user-generated youtube videos to understand touchscreen use by people with motor impairments (LA, YK, LF), pp. 1223–1232.
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-OhF #challenge #gesture
The challenges and potential of end-user gesture customization (UO, LF), pp. 1129–1138.
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-FroehlichFORPWLFBPL #design #evaluation #prototype
The design and evaluation of prototype eco-feedback displays for fixture-level water usage data (JF, LF, MO, SR, JP, IW, ECL, FF, MB, SP, JAL), pp. 2367–2376.
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-FindlaterWW #type system
Typing on flat glass: examining ten-finger expert typing patterns on touch surfaces (LF, JOW, DW), pp. 2453–2462.
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-2010-FroehlichFL #design
The design of eco-feedback technology (JF, LF, JAL), pp. 1999–2008.
CHI-2009-FindlaterBT #interactive #text-to-text
Comparing semiliterate and illiterate users’ ability to transition from audio+text to text-only interaction (LF, RB, KT), pp. 1751–1760.
CHI-2009-FindlaterMMD #adaptation #performance #using
Ephemeral adaptation: the use of gradual onset to improve menu selection performance (LF, KM, JM, JQD), pp. 1655–1664.
CHI-2008-FindlaterM #adaptation #performance #user interface #user satisfaction #visual notation
Impact of screen size on performance, awareness, and user satisfaction with adaptive graphical user interfaces (LF, JM), pp. 1247–1256.
CHI-2008-FindlaterMM #approach #development #evaluation
Evaluation of a role-based approach for customizing a complex development environment (LF, JM, DM), pp. 1267–1270.
CHI-2008-LanirBF #design #using #visual notation
Observing presenters’ use of visual aids to inform the design of classroom presentation software (JL, KSB, LF), pp. 695–704.
CHI-2005-TeeMFMMPF #visual notation
A visual recipe book for persons with language impairments (KT, KM, LF, EM, JM, BP, SF), pp. 501–510.
CHI-2004-FindlaterM #adaptation #comparison
A comparison of static, adaptive, and adaptable menus (LF, JM), pp. 89–96.

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