Mirzel Avdic, Nicolai Marquardt, Yvonne Rogers, and Jo Vermeulen. Machine Body Language: Expressing a Smart Speaker's Activity with Intelligible Physical Motion In Proc. of the 2021 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. DIS '21, 24 pages.
Mirzel Avdic, Susanne Bødker, and Ida Larsen-Ledet. Two Cases for Traces: A Theoretical Framing of Mediated Joint Activity. In Proc. of the 2021 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. CSCW '21, 28 pages.
Mirzel Avdic & Jo Vermeulen. Intelligibility Issues Faced by Smart Speaker Enthusiasts in Understanding What Their Devices Do and Why. In Proc. of the 2020 Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. OzCHI '20, 15 pages.
WORKSHOP PAPERS & EXTENDED ABSTRACTS
Mirzel Avdic. Exploring Physical Intelligibility and Control with Smart Speakers. In Proc. of Doctoral Consortium. DIS '19, 4 pages.
Mirzel Avdic & Jo Vermeulen. Studying Breakdowns in Interactions with Smart Speakers. In Proc. of New Directions for the IoT: Automate, Share, Build, and Care. CHI '19 workshop, 6 pages.
Jo Vermeulen, Brian Lim, Mirzel Avdic, Danding Wang, and Ashraf Abdul. The Curious Case of Providing Intelligibility for Smart Speakers. In Proc. of Where is the Human? Bridging the Gap Between AI and HCI, CHI '19 workshop, 4 pages.