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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × France
1 × Georgia
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
17 × USA
2 × The Netherlands
4 × Canada
Collaborated with:
T.Matthews V.Kalnikaité D.Petrelli S.Tucker L.G.Terveen H.Badenes C.Sas B.A.Smith T.K.Judge H.Schwarz O.Bergman A.Konrad B.Amento C.Massey L.Dib Q.Jones J.Hirschberg V.Hollis T.Lennig B.A.Nardi C.L.Sidner A.Ramamoorthy J.C.Tang E.Isaacs A.Walendowski P.Ehlen E.v.d.Hoven J.Brockmeier E.Bradner D.Frohlich O.Daly-Jones P.Hyland M.Wiley S.E.Brennan H.H.Clark T.Lau S.TenBrook C.Tatum T.P.Moran S.Yuen A.Sellen D.S.Kirk R.Davis U.Muller W.C.Hill L.Cherny S.Dow J.Forlizzi J.Zimmerman M.Sanderson R.Nachmias J.Mahmud T.Moran J.A.Cerruti N.Villar R.Beyth-Marom E.Cutrell J.Lin J.S.Pierce C.Drews S.A.Grandhi K.Chivakula D.J.Schiano C.A.Kamm J.Warshaw C.Kau M.N.Bengualid J.Choi D.Hindle F.C.N.Pereira A.Singhal A.Kuchinsky R.Leichner R.J.Sclabassi J.Chen A.Pal H.Zhu V.Bellotti N.Crenshaw L.Nelson H.Du P.Pirolli M.Müller K.Ehrlich M.X.Zhou L.A.Stark M.Bacchiani P.L.Isenhour L.Stead G.Zamchick A.E.Rosenberg
Talks about:
design (8) collabor (7) use (7) communiti (6) support (6) person (6) memori (5) email (5) what (5) interact (4)

Person: Steve Whittaker

DBLP DBLP: Whittaker:Steve

Facilitated 1 volumes:

CSCW 2000Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CSCW 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CSCW 20082008
CHI 20072007
CHI 20062006
CHI 20042004
CSCW 20042004
CHI 20022002
CSCW 20022002
CHI 20002000
CSCW 20002000
SIGIR 19991999
CSCW 19981998
CHI 19961996
CSCW 19961996
CHI 19951995
CHI 19941994
INTERCHI 19931993
CHI 19911991

Wrote 45 papers:

CHI-2015-HollisKW #behaviour
Change of Heart: Emotion Tracking to Promote Behavior Change (VH, AK, SW), pp. 2643–2652.
CHI-2015-KonradBCTNDPW #adaptation #automation #reduction
Finding the Adaptive Sweet Spot: Balancing Compliance and Achievement in Automated Stress Reduction (AK, VB, NC, ST, LN, HD, PP, SW), pp. 3829–3838.
CHI-2015-WarshawMWKBS #algorithm #comprehension #people
Can an Algorithm Know the “Real You”?: Understanding People’s Reactions to Hyper-personal Analytics Systems (JW, TM, SW, CK, MNB, BAS), pp. 797–806.
CHI-2014-MasseyLW #repository
Cloudy forecast: an exploration of the factors underlying shared repository use (CM, TL, SW), pp. 2461–2470.
CHI-2014-MasseyTTW #file system #question #what
PIM and personality: what do our personal file systems say about us? (CM, ST, CT, SW), pp. 3695–3704.
CHI-2014-MatthewsCWPZBS #community #enterprise #online #question #what
Goals and perceived success of online enterprise communities: what is important to leaders & members? (TM, JC, SW, AP, HZ, HB, BAS), pp. 291–300.
CHI-2014-SasWDFZ #design #generative #research
Generating implications for design through design research (CS, SW, SD, JF, JZ), pp. 1971–1980.
CSCW-2014-MatthewsWBS #collaboration #community #social #tool support
Beyond end user content to collaborative knowledge mapping: interrelations among community social tools (TM, SW, HB, BAS), pp. 900–910.
CHI-2013-IsaacsKWLHW #how
Echoes from the past: how technology mediated reflection improves well-being (EI, AK, AW, TL, VH, SW), pp. 1071–1080.
CHI-2013-MatthewsWBSMEZL #community #enterprise #online
Community insights: helping community leaders enhance the value of enterprise online communities (TM, SW, HB, BAS, MM, KE, MXZ, TL), pp. 513–522.
CHI-2013-SasW #design
Design for forgetting: disposing of digital possessions after a breakup (CS, SW), pp. 1823–1832.
CHI-2012-BergmanWSNR #how #navigation
How do we find personal files?: the effect of OS, presentation & depth on file navigation (OB, SW, MS, RN, AR), pp. 2977–2980.
CHI-2012-JudgeMW #collaboration #design #evaluation
Comparing collaboration and individual personas for the design and evaluation of collaboration software (TKJ, TM, SW), pp. 1997–2000.
CHI-2012-MatthewsJW #design #experience #how #question #user interface
How do designers and user experience professionals actually perceive and use personas? (TM, TKJ, SW), pp. 1219–1228.
CSCW-2012-WhittakerKE #effectiveness #memory management
Markup as you talk: establishing effective memory cues while still contributing to a meeting (VK, PE, SW), pp. 349–358.
CHI-2011-MahmudMWML #collaboration #email #named
Topika: integrating collaborative sharing with email (JM, TM, SW, TM, TL), pp. 3161–3164.
CHI-2011-MatthewsWMY #approach #collaboration #design #tool support
Collaboration personas: a new approach to designing workplace collaboration tools (TM, SW, TPM, SY), pp. 2247–2256.
CHI-2011-WhittakerMCBT #case study #email
Am I wasting my time organizing email?: a study of email refinding (SW, TM, JAC, HB, JCT), pp. 3449–3458.
CHI-2010-KalnikaiteSWK #comprehension #how #memory management
Now let me see where i was: understanding how lifelogs mediate memory (VK, AS, SW, DSK), pp. 2045–2054.
CHI-2010-PetrelliVKDW #product line
FM radio: family interplay with sonic mementos (DP, NV, VK, LD, SW), pp. 2371–2380.
CSCW-2010-DibPW #product line
Sonic souvenirs: exploring the paradoxes of recorded sound for family remembering (LD, DP, SW), pp. 391–400.
CSCW-2010-TuckerBRW #named
Catchup: a useful application of time-travel in meetings (ST, OB, AR, SW), pp. 99–102.
CHI-2009-BergmanTBCW #using
It’s not that important: demoting personal information of low subjective importance using GrayArea (OB, ST, RBM, EC, SW), pp. 269–278.
Making history: intentional capture of future memories (DP, EvdH, SW), pp. 1723–1732.
CHI-2008-PetrelliWB #named #physics #question #what
AutoTypography: what can physical mementos tell us about digital memories? (DP, SW, JB), pp. 53–62.
CSCW-2008-KalnikaiteW #feedback #question #social #speech #summary
Social summarization: does social feedback improve access to speech data? (VK, SW), pp. 9–12.
CHI-2007-KalnikaiteW #memory management #people #why
Software or wetware?: discovering when and why people use digital prosthetic memory (VK, SW), pp. 71–80.
CHI-2007-TangLPWD #interactive #process #using
Recent shortcuts: using recent interactions to support shared activities (JCT, JL, JSP, SW, CD), pp. 1263–1272.
CHI-2006-TuckerW #algorithm #evaluation
Time is of the essence: an evaluation of temporal compression algorithms (ST, SW), pp. 329–338.
CHI-2004-WhittakerA #editing #semantics #speech
Semantic speech editing (SW, BA), pp. 527–534.
CSCW-2004-JonesGWCT #community #design #requirements
Putting systems into place: a qualitative study of design requirements for location-aware community systems (QJ, SAG, SW, KC, LGT), pp. 202–211.
CHI-2002-WhittakerHASBISZR #interface #named #speech
SCANMail: a voicemail interface that makes speech browsable, readable and searchable (SW, JH, BA, LAS, MB, PLI, LS, GZ, AER), pp. 275–282.
The character, functions, and styles of instant messaging in the workplace (EI, AW, SW, DJS, CAK), pp. 11–20.
CSCW-2002-WhittakerJT #communication #identification
Contact management: identifying contacts to support long-term communication (SW, QJ, LGT), pp. 216–225.
CHI-2000-WhittakerDHM #interface #named #what
Jotmail: a voicemail interface that enables you to see what was said (SW, RD, JH, UM), pp. 89–96.
CSCW-2000-NardiWB #interactive
Interaction and outeraction: instant messaging in action (BAN, SW, EB), pp. 79–88.
SIGIR-1999-WhittakerHCHPS #design #named #retrieval #speech #user interface
SCAN: Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces to Support Retrieval From Speech Archives (SW, JH, JC, DH, FCNP, AS), pp. 26–33.
CSCW-1998-WhittakerTHC #interactive
The Dynamics of Mass Interaction (SW, LGT, WCH, LC), pp. 257–264.
CHI-1996-WhittakerS #email #information management
Email Overload: Exploring Personal Information Management of Email (SW, CLS), pp. 276–283.
CSCW-1996-Whittaker #collaboration #evaluation
Talking to Strangers: An Evaluation of the Factors Affecting Electronic Collaboration (SW), pp. 409–418.
CHI-1995-WhittakerS #coordination
Back to the Future: Pen and Paper Technology Supports Complex Group Coordination (SW, HS), pp. 495–502.
CHI-1994-WhittakerFD94a #communication #how #question #what
Informal workplace communication: what is it like and how might we support it? (SW, DF, ODJ), pp. 131–137.
CHI-1994-WhittakerHW94a #named
FILOCHAT: handwritten notes provide access to recorded conversations (SW, PH, MW), pp. 271–277.
INTERCHI-1993-NardiSKLWS #using
Turning away from talking heads: the use of video-as-data in neurosurgery (BAN, HS, AK, RL, SW, RJS), pp. 327–334.
CHI-1991-WhittakerBC #analysis #interactive #process
Co-ordinating activity: an analysis of interaction in computer-supported co-operative work (SW, SEB, HHC), pp. 361–367.

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