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  • 1. Enabling foresight and reflection:Interactive simulations tosupport behaviour changeBy Lisa Koeman, Yvonne Rogers & Jon BirdICRI Cities · April 2013 · CHI Personal Informatics Workshop
  • 2. Personal informatics toolsgenerally try to supportbehaviour change
  • 3. There is a strong focus onself-reflection usingpreviously collected data
  • 4. Furthermore, goals,(dis)incentives and comparisonsare used to motivate peopleS
  • 5. 100!But short term gains remainof more interest than long term goalsHow can we support long term thinking?
  • 6. Possibly by facilitating foresight:insight into the consequences behaviourchanges will have in the future
  • 7. Seeing we are poor at linking our behaviourto proven effects, visualising explicitpredictions might help with:
  • 8. Answering “what if?” questionsPlaneBus
  • 9. Setting and achieving goals
  • 10. Number of design challengesCalculationInteractionVisualisation
  • 11. Multi-faceted systemto support sustainable lifestylesfor urban inhabitants
  • 12. Thanks!For any questions or comments, please get in touch:Lisa KoemanIntel Collaborative Research Instituteon Sustainable Connected CitiesUniversity College Londonlisa.koeman.12@ucl.ac.ukhttp://www.cities.io

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