CHI Best Papers CollectingThe ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. CHI – pronounced ‘kai’ – is a place where researchers and practitioners gather from across the world to discuss the latest in interactive technology. We are a multicultural community from highly diverse backgrounds who together investigate new and creative ways for people to interact. CHI 2019 was the first time that CHI has taken place in the UK and was hosted at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow.
Debargha Dey, Azra Habibovic,Bastian Pfleging, Marieke H. Martens, J.H. Eggen
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-13, (2020)
In this paper, we report user preferences regarding color and animation patterns to support the interaction between Automated Vehicles (AVs) and pedestrians through an external Human-Machine-Interface (eHMI). Existing concepts of eHMI differ -- among other things -- in their use ...
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Michael A. Madaio, Luke Stark, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan,Hanna Wallach
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-14, (2020)
Many organizations have published principles intended to guide the ethical development and deployment of AI systems; however, their abstract nature makes them difficult to operationalize. Some organizations have therefore produced AI ethics checklists, as well as checklists for m...
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Ihudiya Finda Ogbonnaya-Ogburu, Angela D.R. Smith, Alexandra To,Kentaro Toyama
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-16, (2020)
The human-computer interaction community has made some efforts toward racial diversity, but the outcomes remain meager. We introduce critical race theory and adapt it for HCI to lay a theoretical basis for race-conscious efforts, both in research and within our community. Buildin...
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CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-12, (2020)
Mobile video calling technologies have become a critical link to connect distributed families. However, these technologies have been principally designed for video calling between two parties, whereas family video calls involve young children often comprise three parties, namely ...
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Chat Wacharamanotham, Lukas Eisenring,Steve Haroz, Florian Echtler
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-14, (2020)
Several fields of science are experiencing a "replication crisis" that has negatively impacted their credibility. Assessing the validity of a contribution via replicability of its experimental evidence and reproducibility of its analyses requires access to relevant study material...
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Michael Nebeling,Maximilian Speicher, Xizi Wang, Shwetha Rajaram, Brian D. Hall, Zijian Xie, Alexander R. E. Raistrick, Michelle Aebersold, Edward G. Happ, Jiayin Wang, Yanan Sun, Lotus Zhang
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-12, (2020)
Significant tool support exists for the development of mixed reality (MR) applications; however, there is a lack of tools for analyzing MR experiences. We elicit requirements for future tools through interviews with 8 university research, instructional, and media teams using AR/V...
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Ian Drosos, Titus Barik,Philip J. Guo,Robert DeLine,Sumit Gulwani
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-12, (2020)
Data wrangling is a difficult and time-consuming activity in computational notebooks, and existing wrangling tools do not fit the exploratory workflow for data scientists in these environments. We propose a unified interaction model based on programming-by-example that generates ...
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Maarten Houben, Rens Brankaert,Saskia Bakker, Gail Kenning, Inge Bongers,Berry Eggen
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-14, (2020)
The representation of sounds derived from everyday life can be beneficial for people with dementia by evoking memories and emotional responses. Despite this potential, integrating sound and sound-based interventions in care facilities has not received much research attention. In ...
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Nadia Campo Woytuk, Marie Louise Juul Sondergaard, Marianela Ciolfi Felice, Madeline Balaam
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-14, (2020)
We describe a Research through Design project-Curious Cycles-a collection of objects and interactions which encourage people to be in close contact with their menstruating body. Throughout a full menstrual cycle, five participants used Curious Cycles to look at their bodies in un...
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John V. Monaco
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-15, (2020)
Computer users commonly experience interaction anomalies, such as the text cursor jumping to another location in a document, perturbed mouse pointer motion, or a disagreement between tactile input and touch screen location. These anomalies impair interaction and require the user ...
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CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-14, (2020)
Third wave HCI initiated a slow transformation in the methods of UX research: from widely used quantitative approaches to more recently employed qualitative techniques. Articulating the nuances, complexity, and diversity of a user's experience beyond surface descriptions remains ...
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CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-11, (2020)
Nonspeaking individuals with motor disabilities typically have very low communication rates. This paper proposes a design engineering approach for quantitatively exploring context-aware sentence retrieval as a promising complementary input interface, working in tandem with a word...
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Jas Brooks, Steven Nagels, Pedro Lopes
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-12, (2020)
We explore a temperature illusion that uses low-powered electronics and enables the miniaturization of simple warm and cool sensations. Our illusion relies on the properties of certain scents, such as the coolness of mint or hotness of peppers. These odors trigger not only the ol...
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Jane Hoffswell,Wilmot Li,Zhicheng Liu
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-13, (2020)
Responsive visualizations adapt to effectively present information based on the device context. Such adaptations are essential for news content that is increasingly consumed on mobile devices. However, existing tools provide little support for responsive visualization design. We ...
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Paul Dourish, Christopher Lawrence,Tuck Wah Leong,Greg Wadley
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-11, (2020)
Iteration is a central feature of most HCI design methods, creating as it does opportunities for engagements with stakeholder groups. But what does iteration demand of those groups? Under what conditions do iterative engagements arise, and with what stakes? Building on experience...
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Uzma Haque Syeda, Prasanth Murali, Lisa Roe, Becca Berkey, Michelle A. Borkin
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-13, (2020)
Design studies are frequently used to conduct problem-driven visualization research by working with real-world domain experts. In visualization pedagogy, design studies are often introduced but rarely practiced due to their large time requirements. This limits students to a class...
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Jordan Koulouris, Zoe Jeffery, James Best,Eamonn O'Neill,Christof Lutteroth
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-17, (2020)
Customised avatars are a powerful tool to increase identification, engagement and intrinsic motivation in digital games. We investigated the effects of customisation in a self-competitive VR exergame by modelling players and their previous performance in the game with customised ...
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Oliver L. Haimson, Dykee Gorrell, Denny L. Starks, Zu Weinger
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-13, (2020)
Transgender and non-binary people face substantial challenges in the world, ranging from social inequities and discrimination to lack of access to resources. Though technology cannot fully solve these problems, technological solutions may help to address some of the challenges tr...
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Jayne Wallace,Kyle Montague, Trevor Duncan, Luís P. Carvalho, Nantia Koulidou, Jamie Mahoney,Kellie Morrissey, Claire Craig, Linnea Iris Groot,Shaun Lawson,Patrick Olivier, Julie Trueman
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-12, (2020)
We describe the design and use of ReFind, a handheld artefact made for people who are bereaved and are ready to re-explore their relationship to the deceased person. ReFind was made within a project seeking to develop new ways to curate and create digital media to support ongoing...
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Hariharan Subramonyam, Colleen Seifert, Priti Shah,Eytan Adar
CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI US..., pp.1-13, (2020)
Learning from text is a constructive activity in which sentence-level information is combined by the reader to build coherent mental models. With increasingly complex texts, forming a mental model becomes challenging due to a lack of background knowledge, and limits in working me...
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