Personal Informatics & HCI: Design, Theory, & Social Implications
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Experience Sampling as Personal Informatics Tools for Persuasion
Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Manfred Tscheligi
In this position paper we propose the use of experience sampling and contextual diary tools as personal information applications to foster attitude and behavior change among individuals. Over the last years a diversity of these tools have been proposed in academics to research user behavior and user experience in-situ. We suggest utilizing these tools to help people collect personal information and trigger desired behavior changes. We present the Maestro approach, a concept to collect context data and study user behavior in realistic environments by using client- server architecture.
Created by Ian Li
HCII, Carnegie Mellon University.