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A concept design to inspire people to share their positive thoughts with friends on facebook

A concept design to inspire people to share their positive thoughts with friends on facebook

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  • 1. I like ___! You like ___! We all like ___! A conceptual design by Huyen Tran Design Challenge 2: Social Calm To inspire people to declare and share what they love via facebook.Stanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 2. I like, you like, we like __! Persuasive Purpose To inspire people to express the things they like and share them with friends and family to encourage a community of positive thoughts. Industrial Design Use facebook status to post peoples affirmations and invite facebookers to read, "like" and add their own affirmations.Stanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 3. User Description college student avid facebook user likes sharing things on facebookStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 4. Sue gets stuck on hw and takes abreak...Sue is frustrated with her physics p-set and takes a breakby logging onto facebookShe sees one of her good friends fb status: "I like thesmell of fresh baked cookies!"Sue imagines the scenario of fresh baked cookies in herhead and has fond memories of baking at home.She "likes" her friends status and comments "I like eatingcookies with milk!"Minutes later, Sue smiles upon seeing that another friendhas "liked" her comment and commented as well.Stanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 5. Features/Functionality Share what you like with a status message Friends can "like" and comment with their own affirmations Can tag peopleStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 6. Theoretical Justifications A lot of people already use facebook to share things with their friends Easy to click the "like" button and comment Read, relate, respond to others thoughtful affirmations to feel better Reach a lot of peoples newsfeedsStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 7. Results of Text2Calm Pilot Participants wanted to keep track of their own affirmations Would have liked more feedback Interested to see what other peoples affirmations wereStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 8. Shortcomings of Design requires facebook accounts relies on facebook platforms features trigger not as "hot" as textingStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 9. Next Steps in Design Process Send out a message via facebook/e- mail/text/twitter explaining the project + invite them to participate Make my first status message postStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design
  • 10. Summary use facebook to promote positive thoughts get facebookers to use features (status messages + "like" button) to share affirmations encourage a positive communityStanford University, Spring 2011CS377T- Calming Tech / Behavior Design