Publications

2016





P Quinn and A Cockburn.
When Bad Feels Good: Failed Assistance and Interface Preferences. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA. 2016.4005-4010.

B Lafreniere, C Gutwin, A Cockburn, T Grossman.
Faster Command Selection on Touchscreen Watches. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA. 2016. 4663-4674.

K Schramm, C Gutwin, and A Cockburn.
Supporting Transitions to Expertise in Hidden Toolbars. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA. 2016. 4687-4698.

C Gutwin, C Rooke, A Cockburn, R Mandryk, and B Lafreniere.
Peak-End Effects on Player Experience in Casual Games. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA. 2016. 5608-5619. CHI Honourable Mention Award.

P Quinn and S Zhai.
A Cost-Benefit Study of Text Entry Suggestion. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA. 2016.

2015


C Gutwin, A Cockburn, and B, Lafreniere.
Testing the Rehearsal Hypothesis with Two FastTap Interfaces. Proceedings of Graphics Interface. Halifax, Canada. 2015. 223-231.

A Cockburn, C Gutwin, and P Quinn.
Examining the Peak-End Effects of Subjective Experience. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2015 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seoul, S. Korea. 2015. 357-366.

S Malacria, J Acetuno, P Quinn, G Casiez, A Cockburn, and N Roussel.
Push-Edge and Slide-Edge: Scrolling by Pushing Against the Viewport Edge.Proceedings of ACM CHI 2015 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seoul, S. Korea. 2015. 2773-2776.

J Scarr, C Gutwin, A Cockburn and A Bunt.
StencilMaps and EphemeralMaps: Spatially Stable Interfaces that Highlight Command Subsets. Behaviour and Information Technology. 2015. 15 pages.

S Fitchett and A Cockburn.
An Empirical Characterisation of File Retrieval. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 2015. 74: 1-13.

2014

A Cockburn, C Gutwin, J Scarr, S Malacria.
Supporting Novice to Expert Transitions in User Interfaces. ACM Computing Surveys. 2014. 47(2): 31:1-36.
S Fitchett, A Cockburn, and C Gutwin.
Finder Highlights: Field Evaluation and Design of an Augmented File Browser. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. 2014. 3685-3694. CHI Honourable Mention Award.
C Gutwin, A Cockburn, J Scarr, and S Malacria.
Faster Command Selection on Tablets with FastTap. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. 2014. 2617-2626.
M Nancel and A Cockburn.
Causality: A Conceptual Model of Interaction History. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. 2014. 1777-1786. CHI Honourable Mention Award.
J Scarr, A Cockburn, C Gutwin, A Bunt, J Cechanowicz.
The Usability of CommandMaps in Realistic Tasks. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. 2014. 2241-2250.
SA Seah, DM Plasencia, P Bennet, A Karnik, V Ortocol, J Knibbe, A Cockburn, and S Submramanian.
SensaBubble: A Chrono-Sensory Mid-Air Display of Sight and Smell. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Toronto, Canada. 2014. 2863-2872. CHI Honourable Mention Award.
J Scarr.
Understanding and Exploiting Spatial Memory in the Design of Efficient Command Selection Interfaces. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2014.

2013

J Scarr, A Cockburn, and C Gutwin.
Supporting and Exploiting Spatial Memory in User Interfaces Foundations and Trends in Human-Computer Interaction. 2013. 6:1 1-84.
P Quinn, S Malacria and A Cockburn.
Touch Scrolling Transfer Functions. Proceedings of ACM UIST'2013 Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. St Andrews, Scotland. 2013. 61-71.
S Malacria, J Scarr, A Cockburn, C Gutwin and T Grossman.
Skillometers: Reflective Widgets that Motivate and Help Users to Improve Performance. Proceedings of ACM UIST'2013 Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. St Andrews, Scotland. 2013. 321-330.
P Quinn, A Cockburn and J Delamarche.
Examining the Costs of Multiple Trajectory Pointing Techniques. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 2013. 71:4 492-509.
S Malacria, G Bailly, J Harrison, A Cockburn and C Gutwin.
Promoting Hotkey Use through Rehearsal with ExposeHK. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2013 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris, France. 2013. 573-582.
J Scarr, A Cockburn, C Gutwin and S Malacria.
Testing the Robustness and Performance of Spatially Consistent Interfaces. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2013 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris, France. 2013. 3139-3148. CHI Honourable Mention Award and RepliCHI Award.
S Fitchett, A Cockburn and C Gutwin.
Improving Navigation-Based File Retrieval. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2013 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris, France. 2013. 2329-2338. CHI Best Paper Award.
Q Roy, S Malacria, E Lecolinet, Y Guiard, J Eagan.
Augmented Letters: Mnemonic Gesture-Based Shortcuts. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2013 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris, France. 2013.
J Scarr.
Exploiting Spatial Memory to Design Efficient Command Interfaces. Extended Abstracts of ACM CHI 2013 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paris. 2013. 1961-1964.
S Tak and A Cockburn.
Enhanced Spatial Stability with Hilbert and Moore Treemaps. Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 2013. 19:1 141-148.
M Jain, A Cockburn, and S Madhvanath.
Comparison of Phone-Based Distal Pointing Techniques for Point-Select Tasks. Proceedings of INTERACT'13. Cape Town, South Africa. 2013. 714-721.
T Piumsomboon, A Clark, M Billinghurst and A Cockburn.
User-defined gestures for Augmented Reality. Proceedings of INTERACT'13. Cape Town, South Africa. 2013. 282-299.
J Emerson, N Churcher and A Cockburn.
Tag Clouds for Software and Information Visualisation. Proceedings of CHINZ '13. Canterbury, New Zealand. 2013. In press.
G Bailly and S Malacria.
MenuInspector: Outil pour l'Analyse des Menus et Cas d'Étude. Proceedings of IHM. 2013. 103-106.
S Fitchett.
Understanding and Improving Personal File Retrieval. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2013.

2012

P Quinn, A Cockburn, G Casiez, N Roussel, and C Gutwin.
Exposing and Understanding Scrolling Transfer Functions. Proceedings of ACM UIST 2012 Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2012. 341-350.
D Edge, S Fitchett, M Whitney, J Landay.
MemReflex: Adaptive Flashcards for Mobile Microlearning. Proceedings of ACM MobileHCI'12. Proceedings of the 14th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services. San Francisco, CA. 2012. Mobile HCI Best Paper Award.
A Cockburn, P Quinn, S Fitchett and C Gutwin.
Improving Scrolling Devices with Document-Length-Dependent Gain. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Austin, Texas. 2012. 267-276.
J Scarr, A Cockburn, C Gutwin and A Bunt.
Improving Command Selection with CommandMaps. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Austin, Texas. 2012. 257-266. CHI Best Paper Award.
S Fitchett and A Cockburn.
AccessRank: Predicting what users will do next. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Austin, Texas. 2012. 2239-2242. CHI Honourable Mention Award.
A Cockburn, D Ahlstrom and C Gutwin.
Understanding Performance in Touch Selections: Tap, Drag and Radial Pointing Drag with Finger, Stylus and Mouse International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 2012. 70:3 218-233.
  B McDonald.
Automating the Layout of Images for Large, Shared Displays. Masters Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2012.

2011

A Cockburn, P Quinn, C Gutwin, G Ramos and J Looser.
Air Pointing: Design and Evaluation of Spatial Target Acquisition with and without Visual Feedback International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 2011. 69: 401-414.
E Tanvir, A Bunt, A Cockburn and P Irani.
Improving Cascading Menu Selections with Adaptive Activation Areas International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 2011. 69, 769-785.
J Scarr, A Cockburn, C Gutwin and P Quinn.
Dips and Ceilings: Understanding and Supporting Transitions to Expertise in User Interfaces. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Vancouver, Canada. 2011. 2741-2750.
V Levesque, L Oram, KE MacLean, A Cockburn, N Marchuk, D Johnson, JE Colgate, M Peshkin.
Enhancing Physicality in Touch Interaction with Programmable Friction. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Vancouver, Canada. 2011. 2481-2490. CHI Best Paper Award.
P Quinn, A Cockburn, KJ Raiha, J Delamarche.
On the Costs of Multiple Trajectory Pointing Methods. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Vancouver, Canada. 2011. 859-862. CHI Honourable Mention Award.
R Xiao, M Nacenta, RL Mandryk, A Cockburn, C Gutwin.
Ubiquitous Cursor: A Comparison of Direct and Indirect Pointing Feedback in Multi-Display Environments. Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2011 (GI'11). St. John's, Canada. 2011. 135-142. Michael A. J. Sweeney best student paper award.
S Bateman, A Doucette, C Gutwin, RL Mandryk, A Cockburn.
Effects of View, Input Device, and Track Width on Video Game Driving. Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2011 (GI'11). St. John's, Canada. 2011. 207-214.
S Tak, J Scarr, C Gutwin, and A Cockburn.
Supporting Window Switching With Spatially Consistent Thumbnails Zones: Design and Evaluation. Proceedings of INTERACT'11. Lisbon, Portugal. 2011. 331-347.
B Ens, D Ahlstrom, A Cockburn and P Irani.
Characterizing User Performance with Assisted Direct Off-Screen Pointing. Proceedings of Mobile HCI'11. Stockholm. 2011. 485-494.
S Tak.
Understanding and Supporting Window Switching. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2011.
D Winkler.
Bag-and-Dump: Design and Evaluation of a User Interface for Manipulating Items Across Multiple Contexts. Masters Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2011.

2010

A Cockburn and C Gutwin.
A Model of Novice and Expert Navigation Performance in Constrained Input Interfaces. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction. 7(3):1-38.
J Oostermanand A Cockburn.
An Empirical Comparison of Tag Clouds and Tables. Proceedings of OzCHI 2010. Brisbane, Australia. Nov. 22-26. 288-295.
S Fitchett and A Cockburn.
Using Multitouch Input to Support Hybrid Relative and Absolute Mobile Scrolling. People and Computer 24. Proceedings of the 2010 British HCI Conference. Dundee, Scotland. Sept. 6-10. 393-402.
D Ahlstroem, A Cockburn, C Gutwin and P Irani.
Why it's Quick to be Square: Modelling New and Existing Hierarchical Menu Designs. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2010 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Atlanta. 2010. 1371-1380. CHI Honourable Mention award.
S Tak and A Cockburn.
Improving Window Switching Interfaces. Extended Abstracts of ACM CHI'2010 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Atlanta. 2010. 2915-2918.

2009

J Alexander.
Understanding and Improving Navigation Within Electronic Documents. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2009.
S Fitchett and A Cockburn.
Evaluating Reading and Analysis Tasks on Mobile Devices: A Case Study of Tilt and Flick Scrolling Proceedings of OzCHI '09. Melbourne, Australia. 23-27 November. 225-232.
P Quinn and A Cockburn.
Zoofing! Faster List Selections with Pressure-Zoom-Flick-Scrolling. Proceedings of OzCHI '09. Melbourne, Australia. 23-27 November. 185-192.
  D Ahlstroem, J Grossmann, S Tak and M Hitz.
Exploring New Window Manipulaton Techniques. Proceedings of OzCHI '09. Melbourne, Australia. 23-27 November. 177-184.
S Tak and A Cockburn.
Window Watcher: A Visualisation Tool for Understanding Windowing Activities. Proceedings of OzCHI '09. Melbourne, Australia. 23-27 November. 241-248.
S Tak, A Cockburn, K Humm, D Ahlstroem, C Gutwin, and J Scarr.
Improving Window Switching Interfaces. Proceedings of INTERACT '09. Uppsala, Sweden. 24-28 August. 187-200.
J Zucco, B Thomas, K Grimmer-Sommers, A Cockburn.
A Comparison of Menu Configurations and Pointing Devices for use with Wearable Computers while Mobile and Stationary. Proceedings of ISWC'09: 13th International Symposium on Wearable Computers. Linz, Austria. 4-7 September. 63-70.
J Alexander, A Cockburn, S Fitchett, C Gutwin and S Greenberg.
Revisiting Read Wear: Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of a Footprints Scrollbar. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Boston, MA, 5-9 April. 2009. 1665-1674.
A Cockburn and C Gutwin.
A Predictive Model of Human Performance with Scrolling and Hierarchical Lists. Human-Computer Interaction. 24(3):273-314. Taylor and Francis. 2009.
2008
A Cockburn, A Karlson and B Bederson.
A Review of Overview+Detail, Zooming, and Focus+Context Interfaces. ACM Computing Surveys. 41(1): 1-31. ACM Press. 2008.
G Casiez, D Vogel, R Balakrishnan and A Cockburn.
The Impact of Control-Display Gain on User Performance in Pointing Tasks. Human-Computer Interaction. 23(3):215-250. Taylor and Francis. 2008.
J Alexander, A Cockburn and R Lobb.
AppMonitor: A Tool for Recording User Actions in Unmodified Windows Applications. Behavior Research Methods. 40(2): 413-421. Psychonomic Society. 2008.
J Looser.
AR Magic Lenses: Addressing the Challenge of Focus and Context in Augmented Reality. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2008.
J Hauber.
Understanding Remote Collaboration in Video Collaborative Virtual Environments. PhD Thesis. University of Canterbury. 2008.
E Tanvir, J Cullen, P Irani and A Cockburn.
Improving Selection in Cascading Pull-Down Menus. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Florence, Italy, 5 April - 10 April. 2008. 1381-1384.
J Alexander and A Cockburn.
An Empirical Characterisation of Electronic Document Navigation. Proceedings of Graphics Interface '08. Windsor, Ontario, Canada, May 28-30. 2008. 123-130. Michael A. J. Sweeney best student paper award.
P Quinn, A Cockburn, Indratmo and C Gutwin
An Investigation of Dynamic Landmarking Functions. Proceedings of Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI'08). Napoli, Italy, May 28-30. 2008. 322-325.
P Quinn and A Cockburn
The Effects of Menu Parallelism on Visual Search and Selection. Proceedings of AUIC'08: Australasian User Interface Conference. 2008. 79-84.
J Alexander, A Cockburn, S Fitchett, C Gutwin and S Greenberg.
Revisiting Read Wear: Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of a Footprints Scrollbar Technical Report 0802. Computer Science and Software Engineering. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. 2008.
  V Buchmann, M Billinghurst and A Cockburn
Directional Interfaces for Wearable Augmented Reality. Proceedings of CHINZ'08. 2008.

2007

J Looser, M Billinghurst, R Grasset and A Cockburn.
An Evaluation of Virtual Lenses for Object Selection in Augmented Reality. Proceedings of Graphite 2007. Perth, Australia, 1-4 December. 2007. 203-210.
A Cockburn, C Gutwin and S Greenberg.
A Predictive Model of Menu Performance. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, 28 April - 3 May. 2007, 627-636.

A Cockburn, PO Kristennson, J Alexander and S Zhai.
Hard Lessons: Effort-Inducing Interfaces Benefit Spatial Learning. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, 28 April - 3 May. 2007, 1571-1580.

M Hancock, S Carpendale and A Cockburn.
Shallow Depth 3D Interaction: Design and Evaluation of One-, Two-, and Three-Touch Techniques. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, 28 April - 3 May. 2007, 1147-1156. CHI 2007 Best Paper Honorable Mention Award

G Ramos, A Cockburn, M Beaudouin-Lafon and R Balakrishnan.
Pointing Lenses. Proceedings of ACM CHI'2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, 28 April - 3 May. 2007, 757-766.
T Bell, A Cockburn, A Wingkvist and R Green.
Podcasts as a supplement in tertiary education: an experiment with two Computer Science courses . Proceedings of MoLTA 2007: Conference on Mobile Learning Technologies and Applications. Auckland, New Zealand. 2007, 70-77.
T Amer, A Cockburn, R Green and G Odgers.
Evaluating Swiftpoint as a Mobile Device for Direct Manipulation Input. Proceedings of AUIC'2007 Australasian User Interface Conference. Ballarat, Australia 2007, 63-70.

2006

J Hauber, H Regenbrecht, M Billinghurst and A Cockburn.
Spatiality in Videoconferencing: Trade-offs Between Efficiency and Social Presence. Proceedings of CSCW'06: ACM Conference on Computer Supported Coorerative Work. Banff, Canada. 4-8 Novemeber 2006, 413--422.
V Jurgens, A Cockburn and M Billinghurst.
Depth Cues for Augmented Reality Stakeout Proceedings of CHINZ'06 Conference of the New Zealand Chapter of ACM SIGHCHI. Canterbury, New Zealand. 2006, 417-422.
C Gutwin and A Cockburn.
Improving List Revisitation with ListMaps. Proceedings of AVI'06 Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces. Venice, Italy, 23--26 May 2006, 396-403.
A Cockburn and P Brock.
Human On-Line Response to Visual and Motor Target Expansion. Proceedings of Graphics Interface. Quebec City, Canada, 7--9 June 2006, 81-87.
A Cockburn and A Gin.
Faster Cascading Menu Selections with Enlarged Activation Areas. Proceedings of Graphics Interface. Quebec City, Canada, 7--9 June 2006, 65-71.

A Cockburn, C Gutwin and J Alexander.
Faster Document Navigation with Space Filling Thumbnails. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2006 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Montreal, Canada, 22--27 April 2006, 1-10.

2005


S Jones, M Jones, G Marsden, D Patel and A Cockburn.
An Evaluation Of Integrated Zooming and Scrolling On Small Screens. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 63(3):271-303. Elsevier Science. 2005.
A Cockburn and S Brewster.
Multimodal Feedback for the Acquisition of Small Targets. Ergonomics. 48(9):1129-1150. Taylor and Francis. 2005.
M Moyle and A Cockburn.
A Flick in the Right Direction: A Case Study of Gestural Input. Behaviour and Information Technology. 24(4):275-288. Taylor and Francis. 2005.
J Hauber, H Regenbrecht, A Hills, A Cockburn, M Billinghurst.
Social Presence in Two- and Three-Dimensional Videoconferencing. Presence 2005: The 8th Annual International Workshop on Presence. London, England. Sept 21-23 2005, 189-198.

J Looser, A Cockburn and J Savage.
On the Validity of Using First-Person Shooters for Fitts' Law Studies. People and Computers XIX (Volume 2): British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2005, 33-36.

J Savage and A Cockburn.
Comparing Automatic and Manual Zooming Methods for Acquiring Off-Screen Targets. People and Computers XIX: British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2005, 439-454.
A Cockburn, J Savage and A Wallace.
Tuning and Testing Scrolling Interfaces that Automatically Zoom Proceedings of ACM CHI 2005 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Portland, Oregon, 2--7 April 2005 , 71-80 Videos: WMV (39MB), AVI (22MB) CHI 2005 Best Paper Nomination
S Blinman and A Cockburn.
Program Comprehension: Investigating the effects of naming style and documentation Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2005). Newcastle, Australia. January 2005 , 73-78
T Wright and A Cockburn.
Evaluation of Two Textual Programming Notations for Children Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2005). Newcastle, Australia. January 2005 , 55-62
L Rennie and A Cockburn.
Aiding Text Entry of Foreign Alphabets with Visual Keyboard Plus Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2005). Newcastle, Australia. January 2005 , 119-125

2004

A Cockburn and B McKenzie.
Evaluating Spatial Memory in Two and Three Dimensions. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 61(30):359--373. Elsevier Science. 2004.
J Looser, M Billinghurst and A Cockburn.
Through the Looking Glass: The Use of Lenses as an Interface Tool for Augmented Reality Proceedings of Graphite'04: International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. Singapore. 2004, pages 204-211.
V Buchmann, S Violich, M Billinghurst and A Cockburn.
FingARtips -- Gesture Based Direct Manipulation in Augmented Reality Proceedings of Graphite'04: International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. Singapore. 2004, pages 212-221.
A Cockburn.
Revisiting 2D vs 3D Implications on Spatial Memory Proceedings of the Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2004). Dunedin, New Zealand. January 2004, pages 25-32.

A Wallace, J Savage and A Cockburn.
Rapid Visual Flow: How Fast is Too Fast? Proceedings of the Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2004).Dunedin, New Zealand. January 2004, pages 117-122.

2003

A Cockburn and M Smith.
Hidden Messages: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Code Elision in Program Navigation. Interacting with Computers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 15(3): 387--407. 2003.
A Cockburn, S Greenberg, S Jones, B McKenzie and M Moyle.
Improving Web Page Revisitation: Analysis, Design, and Evaluation. Information Technology and Society: Special Issue on Web Navigation. 3(1):159--183. 2003.
A Cockburn, J Looser and J Savage.
Around the World in Seconds with Speed-Dependent Automatic Zooming Demonstration in the Proceedings of the ACM User Interface Software and Technology (UIST Conference Supplement). Vancouver, Canada. 2003, pages 35-36. Video (cool, but 96Megs)
A Cockburn and J Savage.
Comparing Speed-Dependent Automatic Zooming with Traditional Scroll, Pan and Zoom Methods People and Computers XVII: British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction. Bath, England. 2003, pages 87-102.
A Cockburn and A Firth.
Improving the Acquisition of Small Targets People and Computers XVII: British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction. Bath, England. 2003, pages 181-196.
A Cockburn and A Siresena.
Evaluating Mobile Text Entry with the Fastap Keypad People and Computers XVII (Volume 2): British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction. Bath, England. 2003, pages 77-80.

T Wright and A Cockburn.
A Language and Task-based Taxonomy of Programming Environments Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Formal Methods. Auckland, October 28--31 2003, pages 192--194.

T Wright and A Cockburn.
An Evaluation of the Effects of Different Forms of Computer Supported Collaboration on Problem Solving Strategies Proceedings of CHINZ'03. Annual conference of the New Zealand Chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction. Otago, July 2003, pages 99--104.

T Wright and A Cockburn.
A Framework for Evaluating Multiple Language Programming Environments Proceedings of CHINZ'03. Annual conference of the New Zealand Chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction. Otago, July 2003, pages 21--26.
M Moyle and A Cockburn.
The Design and Evaluation of a Flick Gesture for 'Back' and 'Forward' in Web Browsers Proceedings of the Fourth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2003), Adelaide, Australia, 4--7 February 2003, pages 39--46.

M JasonSmith and A Cockburn.
Get a Way Back: An Evaluation of Temporal Lists Proceedings of the Fourth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2003), Adelaide, Australia, 4--7 February 2003, pages 33--38.

2002

A Cockburn, B McKenzie and M JasonSmith.
Pushing Back: Evaluating a New Behaviour for the Back and Forward Buttons in Web Browsers. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 57(5):397--414. Academic Press. 2002.

T Wright and A Cockburn.
Mulspren: A MUltiple Language Simulation PRogramming ENvironment Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE Symposia on Human Centric Computing Languages and Environments, Arlington, VA, Sept 3--6 2002 , pages 101--103.
M Moyle and A Cockburn.
Analysing Mouse and Pen Flick Gestures Proceedings of the SIGCHI-NZ Symposium On Computer-Human Interaction, Hamilton, New Zealand, 11--12 July 2002, pages 19--24.

T Wright and A Cockburn.
Evaluating Computer-Supported Collaboration for Learning a Problem Solving Task Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education. Auckland, NZ. 2002, pages 266--267.
A Cockburn and B McKenzie.
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Spatial Memory in 2D and 3D Physical and Virtual Environments Proceedings of ACM CHI'2002 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 20--25 April 2002, pages 203--210.
A Cockburn, B McKenzie and M JasonSmith.
Evaluating a Temporal Behaviour for Web Browsers' Back and Forward Buttons Proceedings of the 11th International WWW Conference (Short paper). Honolulu, Hawaii, 7--11May 2002.
M Moyle and A Cockburn.
Gesture Navigation: An Alternative `Back' for the Future Extended Abstracts of ACM CHI'2002 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 20--25 April 2002, pages 822-823.

L Butts and A Cockburn.
An Evaluation of Mobile Phone Text Input Methods. Proceedings of Australian User Interface Conference, 2002, pages 55--59.
T Wright and A Cockburn.
Solo, Together, Apart: Evaluating Modes of CSCL for Learning a Problem Solving Task. Proceedings of ACM CSCL'2002 Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Boulder, Colorado, 2002.

2001

A Cockburn.
Supporting Tailorable Program Visualisation Through Literate Programming and Fisheye Views. Information and Software Technology, 43(13):745--758. Elsevier Science. 2001.
T Bell, A Cockburn, B McKenzie and J Vargo.
Digital Lectures: If You Make Them, Will Students Use Them? Constraints on Effective Delivery of Flexible Learning Systems International Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning Selected for inclusion in the journal (with extension) from the Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2001 (see below). 2001. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

A Cockburn, T Bell and B McKenzie.
Death to the Office of the Nineties: An HCI Perspective on Some Problems in Modern Office Information Systems. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, Special Issue on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), 33(1):68--82. Australian Computer Society. 2001.
A Cockburn and B McKenzie.
What Do Web Users Do? An Empirical Analysis of Web Use International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 54(6):903--922. Academic Press. 2001.
T Bell, A Cockburn, B McKenzie and J Vargo.
Flexible Delivery Damaging to Learning? Lessons from the Canterbury Digital Lectures Project ED-MEDIA 2001: Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Tampere, Finland, June 25--30 2001, pages 117--122. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
A Cockburn and B McKenzie.
3D or Not 3D? Evaluating the Effect of the Third Dimension in a Document Management System Proceedings of ACM CHI'2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seattle, Washington, March 31--April 6 2001, pages 434--441. Addison-Wesley.
B McKenzie and A Cockburn.
An Empirical Analysis of Web Page Revisitation 34th Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS34 (CD ROM), Maui, Hawaii, 2001. IEEE Computer Society Press.

2000

A Cockburn and S Greenberg.
Issues of Page Representation and Organisation in Web Browser's Revisitation Tools Australian Journal of Information Systems, 7(2):120--127. 2000. (Reprint from OzCHI'99).
T Wright and A Cockburn.
Writing, Reading, Watching: A Task-Based Analysis and Review of Learners' Programming Environments International Workshop on Advanced Learning Technologies, IWALT2000 pages 167--170. IEEE Computer Society Press.
A Cockburn and B McKenzie.
An Evaluation of Cone Trees People and Computers XIV: British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction 2000, pages 425--436. Springer-Verlag.

1999

A Cockburn and P Weir.
An Investigation of Groupware Support for Collaborative Awareness Through Distortion-Oriented Views International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 11(3):231--255. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1999.
A Cockburn and S Greenberg.
Issues of Page Representation and Organisation in Web Browser's Revisitation Tools OzCHI'99: Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Wagga Wagga, November 28--30, 1999, pages 7--14.
A Cockburn, S Greenberg, B McKenzie, M JasonSmith and S Kaasten.
WebView: A Graphical Aid for Revisiting Web Pages OzCHI'99: Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Wagga Wagga, November 28--30, 1999. pages 15--22.
S Greenberg and A Cockburn.
Getting Back to Back: Alternate Behaviors for a Web Browser's Back Button 5th Conference on Human Factors and the Web, Gaithersburg, Maryland. 3 June, 1999.

1998

A Cockburn and S Greenberg.
The Design and Evolution of TurboTurtle, a Collaborative Microworld for Exploring Newtonian Physics International Journal of Human-Computer Studies , 48(6):777-801. Academic Press. 1998.
E Ng, T Bell, A Cockburn.
Improvements to a Pen-Based Musical Input System. OzCHI'98: The Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Adelaide, Australia. 29 November to 4 December, 1998. pages 239--252. IEEE Press.
P Weir and A Cockburn.
Distortion-Oriented Workspace Awareness in DOME British Computer Society Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. 1-4 September, 1998. pages 239--252. Springer-Verlag.
A Cockburn and T Bell.
Extending HCI in the Computer Science Curriculum ACSE'98: Third Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education. Brisbane, Australia, 8-10 July, 1998 pages 113-120. ACM Press.
A Cockburn and A Bryant.
Cleogo: Collaborative and Multi-Paradigm Programming for Kids APCHI'98: Asia Pacific Conference Human Computer Interaction, Japan, 15-17 July, 1998, pages 187-192. IEEE Computer Society Press.

N Churcher, A Cockburn, B McMaster and J Horlor.
CUTE---The Design and Evolution of a First Year Programming Environment. Software Engineering: Education and Practice '98 (SE:E&P). Dunedin. January, 1998., pages 142-148. IEEE Computer Society Press.

1997

A Cockburn and A Bryant.
Leogo: An Equal Opportunity User Interface for Programming Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 8(5-6):601-619. Academic Press. 1997.
A Cockburn and T Dale.
CEVA: A Tool for Collaborative Video Analysis ACM Group'97: International Conference on Supporting Group Work. Phoenix, Arizona, 16-19 November 1997. pages 47-55. ACM Press.
A Cockburn and N Churcher.
Towards Literate Tools for Novice Programmers Australasian Computer Science Education Conference ACSE'97. Melbourne, Australia, 2-4 July 1997. pages 107-116. ACM Press.
N Churcher and A Cockburn.
An Immersion Model for Software Engineering Projects Australasian Computer Science Education Conference ACSE'97. Melbourne, Australia, 2-4 July 1997. pages 163-169. ACM Press.
A Cockburn and S Jones.
Design Issues for World Wide Web Navigation Visualisation Tools. RIAO'97: The Fifth Conference on Computer-Assisted Research of Information. McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25th-27th June 1997. pages 55-74.

1996

A Cockburn and S Jones.
Which way now? Analysing and Easing Inadequacies in WWW Navigation. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 45(1):105-129. Academic Press. 1996.
J Anstice, T Bell, A Cockburn and M Setchell.
The Design of a Pen-Based Musical Input System. OzCHI'96: The Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Hamilton, New Zealand. 24-27 November, 1996. pages 260-267. IEEE Press.

A Cockburn and A Bryant.
Do It This Way: Equal Opportunity Programming for Kids. OzCHI'96: The Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Hamilton, New Zealand. 24-27 November, 1996. pages 246-251. IEEE Press.

A Tay and A Cockburn.
User Interfaces for Workflow Systems: Designing for End-User Tailorability. Short paper in OzCHI'96: The Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Hamilton, New Zealand, November 24-27, 1996. page 302-303. IEEE Press.

S Greenberg, C Gutwin, and A Cockburn.
Using Distortion-Oriented Displays to Support Workspace Awareness. People and Computers XI: British Computer Society Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Imperial College, London. 20-23 August, 1996. pages 299-314. Springer-Verlag.

S Greenberg, C Gutwin, and A Cockburn.
Applying Distortion-Oriented Displays to Groupware. Video Programme of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Boston, MA. 16-21 November, 1996.

A Cockburn.
Collaborative Usability Analysis Using Video Protocols. APCHI'96: The First Asia Pacific Conference Human Computer Interaction, Information Technology Institute Singapore, 25-28 June, 1996, pages 67-80.

A Cockburn and S Greenberg.
Children's Collaboration Styles in a Newtonian Microworld. In Companion Proceedings of CHI'96. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Vancouver, April 13-18 1996, pages 181-182. ACM Press.

S Greenberg, C Gutwin, and A Cockburn.
Awareness Through Fisheye Views in Relaxed-WYSIWIS Groupware Graphics Interface. Toronto, May 21-24, 1996, pages 28-38. Morgan-Kauffman.

SRA Jones and AJG Cockburn.
A Study of Navigational Support Provided by Two World Wide Web Browsing Applications. In Hypertext '96. Seventh ACM Conference on Hypertext. Washington DC March 16-20, 1996. Pages 161-169. ACM Press.

1995

A Cockburn and S Jones.
Four Principles for Groupware Design. Interacting with Computers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 7(2):195-210. Elsevier. 1995.

AJG Cockburn and SRA Jones.
Trails, Trials, and Tribulations: Unravelling Navigational Problems in the World Wide Web. In Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS '95). Nijenrode University, The Netherlands. 9-10 December., pages 46-55, 1995.

A Cockburn and S Greenberg.
TurboTurtle: A Collaborative Microworld for Exploring Newtonian Physics. In ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Learning (CSCL '95). Bloomington, Indiana. October 17-20, 1995, pages 62-66. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, October 1995.

1994


HW Thimbleby, SP Marsh, SR Jones, and AG Cockburn.
Trust in CSCW. In S Scrivener, editor, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, pages 253-271. Ashgate Publishing. 1994.

AJG Cockburn.
TurboTurtle: Educating Children in an Alternative Reality Universe. In Proceedings of the 1994 Computer Human Interaction Specialist Interest Group of the Ergonomics Society of Australia (OZCHI'94). November 28 to December 1. Melbourne., pages 99-105, 1994.

A Cockburn and S Jones.
Four Principles for Groupware Design. In Proceedings of the 1994 Computer Human Interaction Specialist Interest Group of the Ergonomics Society of Australia (OZCHI'94). November 28 to December 1. Melbourne., pages 21-26, 1994.

1993


AJG Cockburn and S Greenberg.
Making Contact: Getting the Group Communicating with Groupware. In COOCS '93. The ACM Conference on Organisational Computing Systems. November 1st to 4th. Milpitas, California., pages 31-41, 1993.

AJG Cockburn. Supporting Social Awareness in Distributed Work.
In P  Collings, editor, Proceedings of OZCHI 1993. CHISIG Annual Conference. Canberra. November., pages 224-241, 1993.

AJG Cockburn and HW Thimbleby.
Reducing User Effort in Collaboration Support. In WD Gray, WE Hefley, and D Murray, editors, Proceedings of the 1993 International Workshop on Intelligent User Interfaces, Orlando, Florida. January 4-7., pages 215-218. New York: ACM Press, January 1993.

H Thimbleby, A Cockburn, and S Jones.
Hypercard: An Object-Oriented Disappointment. In P Gray and R Took, editors, Building Interactive Systems: Architectures and Tools, pages 35-55. Springer-Verlag. 1992.

AJG Cockburn and HW Thimbleby.
Automatic Conversational Context: Avoiding Dependency on User Effort in Groupware. In MJ Rees and R Iannella, editors, Interface Technology: Advancing Human-Computer Communication. Proceedings of OZCHI 1992. CHISIG Annual Conference. Bond University Australia, Queensland. November 26-27, pages 142-149, 1992.

AJG Cockburn.
Reflexive CSCW and Managing Commitments. In IEE Colloquium on CSCW: Some Fundamental Issues. London, March 15, number 065 in 1991, pages 9/1-9/5. IEE, 1991.
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