Publications

2021

CHI
Firefox Voice: An Open and Extensible Voice Assistant Built Upon the Web
Julia Cambre, Alex C. Williams, Afsaneh Razi, Ian Bicking, Abraham Wallin, Janice Tsai, Chinmay Kulkarni, and Jofish Kaye. 2021.
ICSE-JSEET
An Inquisitive Code Editor for Addressing Novice Programmers' Misconceptions of Program Behavior
Austin Z. Henley, Julian Ball, Benjamin Klein, Aiden Rutter, and Dylan Lee. 2021.
ICWSM
Classifying Reasonability in Retellings of Personal Events Shared on Social Media: A Preliminary Case Study with /r/AmITheAsshole
Ethan Haworth, Ted Grover, Justin Langston, Ankush Patel, Joseph West, and Alex C. Williams. 2021.
eScience
Exploring Learning Approaches for Ancient Greek Character Recognition with Citizen Science Data
Matthew I. Swindall, Gregory Croisdale, Chase C. Hunter, Ben Keener, Alex C. Williams, James H. Brusuelas, Nita Krevans, Melissa Sellew, Lucy Fortson, and John F. Wallin. 2021.

2020

CHI
Optimizing for Happiness and Productivity: Modeling Opportune Moments for Transitions and Breaks at Work
Harmanpreet Kaur, Alex C. Williams, Daniel McDuff, Mary Czerwinski, Jaime Teevan, and Shamsi T. Iqbal. 2020.
CHI
What's Wrong with Computational Notebooks? Pain Points, Needs, and Design Opportunities
Souti Chattopadhyay, Austin Z. Henley, Ishita Prasad, Anita Sarma, and Titus Barik. 2020.
NFW
Managing Tasks Across the Work-Life Boundary: Opportunities, Challenges, and Directions.
Alex C. Williams, Shamsi T. Iqbal, Julia Kiseleva, and Ryen W. White. 2020.
VL/HCC
Supporting Code Comprehension via Annotations: Right Information at the Right Time and Place
Marjan Adeli, Nicholas Nelson, Souti Chattopadhyay, Hayden Coffey, Austin Z. Henley, and Anita Sarma. 2020.

2019

CSCW
The Perpetual Work Life of Crowdworkers: How Tooling Practices Increase Fragmentation in Crowdwork
Alex C. Williams, Gloria Mark, Kristy Milland, Edward Lank, and Edith Law. 2019.
UIST
Mercury: Empowering Programmers' Mobile Work Practices with Microproductivity
Alex Williams, Harmanpreet Kaur, Jaime Teevan, Ryen White, Shamsi T. Iqbal, and Adam Fourney. 2019.
VL/HCC
Towards an Empirically-Based IDE: An Analysis of Code Size and Screen Space
Adam C. Short and Austin Z. Henley. 2019.

2018

CHI
Supporting Workplace Detachment and Reattachment with Conversational Intelligence
Alex C. Williams, Harmanpreet Kaur, Gloria Mark, Anne Loomis-Thompson, Shamsi T. Iqbal, and Jaime Teevan. 2018.
CHI
CFar: A Tool to Increase Communication, Productivity, and Review Quality in Collaborative Code Review
Austin Z. Henley, Kivanc Muslu, Maria Christakis, Scott D. Fleming, and Christian Bird. 2018.
VL/HCC
CodeDeviant: Helping Programmers Detect Edits That Accidentally Alter Program Behavior
Austin Z. Henley and Scott D. Fleming. 2018.

2017

CHI
Toward Principles for the Design of Navigation Affordances in Code Editors: An Empirical Investigation
Austin Z. Henley, Scott D. Fleming, and Maria V. Luong. 2017.
CSCW
Crowdsourcing as a Tool for Research: Implications of Uncertainty
Edith Law, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, Andrea Wiggins, Mary Gray, and Alex Williams. 2017.
HCOMP
Deja Vu: Characterizing Worker Reliability Using Task Consistency
Alex C. Williams, Joslin Goh, Charlie G. Willis, Aaron M. Ellison, James H. Brusuelas, Charles C. Davis, and Edith Law. 2017.
VL/HCC
Foraging Goes Mobile: Foraging While Debugging on Mobile Devices ( Honorable Mention Award)
David Piorkowski, Sean Penney, Austin Z. Henley, Marco Pistoia, Margaret Burnett, Omer Tripp, and Pietro Ferrara. 2017.

2016

FSE
Foraging and Navigations, Fundamentally: Developers' Predictions of Value and Cost ( ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award)
David Piorkowski, Austin Z. Henley, Tahmid Nabi, Scott D. Fleming, Christopher Scaffidi, and Margaret Burnett. 2016.
VL/HCC
Yestercode: Improving Code-Change Support in Visual Dataflow Programming Environments ( Best Paper Award)
Austin Z. Henley and Scott D. Fleming. 2016.