Kerry Rodden

Kerry Rodden is a quantitative user experience researcher at YouTube. Formerly, she led the quantitative user experience research team at Google, and has worked on improving the user experience of products including web search and Gmail. She is interested in large-scale data analysis, information visualization, personal information management, image browsing, and eye-tracking. (Personal home page)

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Smartback: supporting users in back navigation

    Natasa Milic-Frayling, Rachel Jones, Kerry Rodden, Gavin Smyth, Alan F. Blackwell, Ralph Sommerer

    WWW (2004), pp. 63-71

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    How do people manage their digital photographs?

    Kerry Rodden, Kenneth R. Wood

    CHI (2003), pp. 409-416

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    WebScout: Support for Revisitation of Web Pages within a Navigation Session

    Natasa Milic-Frayling, Ralph Sommerer, Kerry Rodden

    Web Intelligence (2003), pp. 689-693

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    Does organisation by similarity assist image browsing?

    Kerry Rodden, Wojciech Basalaj, David Sinclair, Kenneth R. Wood

    CHI (2001), pp. 190-197

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    Evaluating a Visualisation of Image Similarity (poster abstract)

    Kerry Rodden, Wojciech Basalaj, David Sinclair, Kenneth R. Wood

    SIGIR (1999), pp. 275-276

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    Evaluating a Visualization of Image Similarity as a Tool for Image Browsing

    Kerry Rodden, Wojciech Basalaj, David Sinclair, Kenneth R. Wood

    Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization (1999), pp. 36-43

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    The Order of Things: Activity-Centred Information Access,

    Matthew Chalmers, Kerry Rodden, Dominique Brodbeck

    Computer Networks, vol. 30 (1998), pp. 359-367

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    Providing World Wide Access to Historical Sources

    Tim Mills, Ken Moody, Kerry Rodden

    Computer Networks, vol. 29 (1997), pp. 1317-1325