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Erin Friess
Erin Friess
Associate Professor, Tech Comm, University of North Texas
Verified email at unt.edu
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Personas and decision making in the design process: an ethnographic case study
E Friess
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
1692012
The sword of data: Does human-centered design fulfill its rhetorical responsibility?
E Friess
Design issues 26 (3), 40-50, 2010
462010
Designing from data: Rhetorical appeals in support of design decisions
E Friess
Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (4), 403-444, 2010
322010
Personas in heuristic evaluation: an exploratory study
E Friess
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 58 (2), 176-191, 2015
282015
Academics are from Mars, practitioners are from Venus: Analyzing content alignment within technical communication forums
RK Boettger, E Friess
Technical Communication 63 (4), 314-327, 2016
212016
Cultivating a sense of belonging: Using Twitter to establish a community in an introductory technical communication classroom
E Friess, C Lam
Technical Communication Quarterly 27 (4), 343-361, 2018
192018
Politeness, time constraints, and collaboration in decision-making meetings: A case study
E Friess
Technical Communication Quarterly 20 (2), 114-138, 2011
192011
Scrum language use in a software engineering firm: An exploratory study
E Friess
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 62 (2), 130-147, 2019
162019
" Filling to Capacity": An Exploratory Study of Project Management Language in Agile Scrum Teams
E Friess
Technical Communication 65 (2), 169-180, 2018
122018
Defending design decisions with usability evidence: a case study
E Friess
CHI'08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 2009-2016, 2008
112008
Who says what to whom? Assessing the alignment of content and audience between scholarly and professional publications in technical communication (1996–2013)
RK Boettger, E Friess, S Carliner
2014 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC), 1-6, 2014
102014
Content and authorship patterns in technical communication journals (1996–2017): A quantitative content analysis
RK Boettger, E Friess
Technical Communication 67 (3), 4-24, 2020
82020
“Bring the Newbie Into the Fold”: Politeness strategies of newcomers and existing group members within workplace meetings
E Friess
Technical communication quarterly 22 (4), 304-322, 2013
82013
Discourse variations between usability tests and usability reports
E Friess
Journal of Usability Studies 6 (3), 102-116, 2011
82011
Connecting programmatic research with social media: Using data from Twitter to inform programmatic decisions
C Lam, MA Hannah, E Friess
Special Issue Editors 651, 47, 2008
82008
The user-centered design process: Novice designers' use of evidence in designing from data
E Friess
Carnegie Mellon University, 2008
72008
Update to who says what to whom? Assessing the alignment of content and audience between scholarly and professional publications in technical communication (1996–2013)
RK Boettger, E Friess, S Carliner
2015 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC), 1-6, 2015
42015
What are the most common title words in technical communication publications?
RK Boettger, E Friess
2014 IEEE international professional communication conference (IPCC), 1-7, 2014
42014
Decision-making strategies in design meetings
E Friess
CHI'07 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1645-1648, 2007
42007
6 Personas as Rhetorically Rich and Complex Mechanisms for Design
E Friess
Rhetoric and Experience Architecture, 111-121, 2017
32017
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