Clay Spinuzzi

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23EEMark Zachry, William Hart-Davidson, Clay Spinuzzi: Advances in understanding knowledge work: an experience report. SIGDOC 2008: 243-248
22 David G. Novick, Clay Spinuzzi: Proceedings of the 25th Annual International Conference on Design of Communication, SIGDOC 2007, El Paso, Texas, USA, October 22-24, 2007 ACM 2007
21EEWilliam Hart-Davidson, Clay Spinuzzi, Mark Zachry: Capturing & visualizing knowledge work: results & implications of a pilot study of proposal writing activity. SIGDOC 2007: 113-119
20EEMark Zachry, Clay Spinuzzi, William Hart-Davidson: Visual documentation of knowledge work: an examination of competing approaches. SIGDOC 2007: 120-126
19EEClay Spinuzzi: Learning our ABCs: accessibility, bottlenecks, and control in an organized research unit's website. SIGDOC 2007: 201-206
18EEJohn W. Stamey Jr., David G. Novick, Clay Spinuzzi, Brad Mehlenbacher: Research issues in the design of communication. SIGDOC 2006: 129-130
17EEMark Zachry, Clay Spinuzzi, William Hart-Davidson: Researching proposal development: accounting for the complexity of designing persuasive texts. SIGDOC 2006: 142-148
16EEClay Spinuzzi, William Hart-Davidson, Mark Zachry: Chains and ecologies: methodological notes toward a communicative-mediational model of technologically mediated writing. SIGDOC 2006: 43-50
15EEWilliam Hart-Davidson, Clay Spinuzzi, Mark Zachry: Visualizing writing activity as knowledge work: challenges & opportunities. SIGDOC 2006: 70-77
14EEClay Spinuzzi: Four ways to investigate assemblages of texts: genre sets, systems, repertoires, and ecologies. SIGDOC 2004: 110-116
13EEClay Spinuzzi: Tracing genres through organizations: a sociocultural approach to information design. Inf. Res. 10(1): (2004)
12EEClay Spinuzzi: Knowledge circulation in a telecommunications company: a preliminary survey. SIGDOC 2003: 178-183
11EEClay Spinuzzi: Using a handheld PC to collect and analyze observational data. SIGDOC 2003: 73-79
10EEClay Spinuzzi: Documentation, participatory citizenship, and the web: the potential of open systems. SIGDOC 2002: 194-199
9EEClay Spinuzzi: Modeling genre ecologies. SIGDOC 2002: 200-207
8EEClay Spinuzzi: A Scandinavian challenge, a US response: methodological assumptions in Scandinavian and US prototyping approaches. SIGDOC 2002: 208-215
7EEClay Spinuzzi: Software development as mediated activity: applying three analytical frameworks for studying compound mediation. SIGDOC 2001: 58-67
6EEClay Spinuzzi: Investigating the technology-work relationship: a critical comparison of three qualitative field methods. SIGDOC 2000: 419-432
5EEClay Spinuzzi, Mark Zachry: Genre ecologies: an open-system approach to understanding and constructing documentation. ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 24(3): 169-181 (2000)
4EEClay Spinuzzi: Exploring the blind spot: audience, purpose, and context in "product, process, and profit". ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 24(4): 213-219 (2000)
3EEClay Spinuzzi: Grappling with distributed usability: a cultural-historical examination of documentation genres over four decades. SIGDOC 1999: 16-21
2EESamuel G. McLellan, Alvin W. Roesler, Joseph T. Tempest, Clay Spinuzzi: Building More Usable APIs. IEEE Software 15(3): 78-86 (1998)
1EESamuel G. McLellan, Alvin W. Roesler, Zongming Fei, Savita Chandran, Clay Spinuzzi: Experience Using Web-Based Shotgun Measures for Large-System Characterization and Improvement. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 24(4): 268-277 (1998)

Coauthor Index

1Savita Chandran [1]
2Zongming Fei [1]
3William Hart-Davidson [15] [16] [17] [20] [21] [23]
4Samuel G. McLellan [1] [2]
5Brad Mehlenbacher [18]
6David G. Novick [18] [22]
7Alvin W. Roesler [1] [2]
8John W. Stamey Jr. [18]
9Joseph T. Tempest [2]
10Mark Zachry [5] [15] [16] [17] [20] [21] [23]

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