Designing for Personal Informatics Systems in Social Contexts
We are conducting a series of projects to understand how to design personal informatics systems that support family bonding, sense-making with experts and computing algorithms, as well as collaborative understandings of physical and psychological well-being. We employ qualitative and quantitative methods to understand, design, build, and evaluate socio-technical systems.
Supervising Faculty: Christina Chung
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