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3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam
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3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools - Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam

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In this talk, I describe 3 design considerations for personal informatics tools to improve the user experience. The considerations are: …

In this talk, I describe 3 design considerations for personal informatics tools to improve the user experience. The considerations are:
* Provide immediate benefit
* People information needs change
* Support analysis of multiple types of data

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  • 1. 3 Design Considerations for Personal Informatics Tools Ian LiIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 1
  • 2. Ian LiIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 2
  • 3. 3 Design ConsiderationsIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 3
  • 4. Provide Immediate Benefit 1Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 4
  • 5. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 5
  • 6. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 6
  • 7. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 7
  • 8. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 8
  • 9. People’s Information Needs Change 2Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 9
  • 10. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 10
  • 11. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 11
  • 12. 6 Kinds of Questions Status History Goals Discrepancy Context FactorsIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 12
  • 13. Maintenance Discovery & Phase PhaseIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 13
  • 14. Maintenance Discovery & Phase PhaseIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 14
  • 15. Support Analysis of Multiple Types of Data 3Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 15
  • 16. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 16
  • 17. Calendar Location WeightIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 17
  • 18. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 18
  • 19. Ian Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 19
  • 20. 1  Provide Immediate Benefit 2  People’s Information Needs Change 3  Support Analysis of Multiple Types of DataIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 20
  • 21. email twitter ianli@ianli.com wwwIan Li | Quantified Self 2011 Amsterdam 21

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