Joy Kim

Research Scientist

San Francisco

Joy is a human-computer interaction research scientist at Adobe Systems. Her research interests focuses on social computing and creativity on the web. In 2017, she received her Ph.D. in computer science at Stanford University, where she was advised by Michael Bernstein. In 2011, she received her B.S. in computer science at the University of Washington, where she discovered her interest in human-computer interaction research working with Richard Ladner, Eve Riskin, and Jake Wobbrock.

A full list of work and publications can be viewed at her website.


CrowdFolio: Understanding How Holistic and Decomposed Workflows Influence Feedback on Online Portfolios

Foong, E., Kim, J., Dontcheva, M., Gerber, E. (Oct. 23, 2021)

Conference On Computer-Supported Cooperative Work And Social Computing (CSCW)

Shöwn: Adaptive Conceptual Guidance Aids Example Use in Creative Tasks

Ngoon, T., Kim, J., Klemmer, S. (Jun. 28, 2021)

Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS)

Decipher: An Interactive Visualization Tool for Interpreting Unstructured Design Feedback from Multiple Providers

Yen, Y., Kim, J., Bailey, B. (Apr. 25, 2020)

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)

Temporal Segmentation of Creative Live Streams

Fraser, A., Kim, J., Shin, H., Brandt, J., Dontcheva, M. (Apr. 23, 2020)

ACM Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems (SIGCHI)

Sharing the Studio: How Creative Livestreaming can Inspire, Educate, and Engage

Fraser, C., Kim, J., Thornsberry, A., Klemmer, S., Dontcheva, M. (Jun. 24, 2019)

ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition (C&C)

Motif: Supporting novice creativity through expert patterns

Kim, J., Dontcheva, M., Li, W., Bernstein, M., Steinsapir, D. (Apr. 18, 2015)

Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems (SIGCHI)