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  • Measuring Sleep
    Andrew Hershberger
    Stanford University
    7 June 2010
  • My name is Andrew Hershberger. I am a masters
    student at Stanford University studying Human-
    Computer Interaction Design. I’m currently taking
    BJ Fogg’s new class called Creating Health Habits
    with Social & Mobile Technologies. Learn more at
    adh15.web.stanford.edu
  • Outline
    Products
    Personal Informatics & Analysis
    Directions for Innovation
  • Products
    Products
    Personal Informatics & Analysis
    Directions for Innovation
  • www.myzeo.com
  • wakemate.com
  • Sleep Cycle
    www.lexwarelabs.com/sleepcycle/
  • Personal Informatics & Analysis
    Products
    Personal Informatics & Analysis
    Directions for Innovation
  • www.quantifiedself.com
  • “Effective personal informatics systems help users collect the necessary personal information for insightful reflection.”
    Li, Dey, and Forlizzi, CHI 2010
  • Ian Li, AnindDey, & Jodi Forlizzi. A Stage-Based Model of Personal Informatics Systems. CHI 2010.
    http://personalinformatics.org/lab/model/
  • “As a physiology instructor, I was interested to see how well this app worked and how much of it was just novelty...
    ...the graph is a little misleading...The app builds on ideas that actigraphy utilizes, which is a good test for basic sleep cycle pattern testing, but should be used for novelty purposes only and to get a GENERAL idea of how you tend to sleep.”
    User Review of Sleep Cycle on iTunes App Store
  • Takeaway #1:
    Accurate data is needed to allow helpful insights.
  • “I interact more with the data on the device because it's a pain to upload it from the SD card.”
    “When I first got it I uploaded every day, now I upload every week or so.”
    Zeo Users via Phone Interviews
  • “I interact more with the data on the device because it's a pain to upload it from the SD card.”
    “When I first got it I uploaded every day, now I upload every week or so.”
    Zeo Users via Phone Interviews
  • Takeaway #2:
    Automate data integration.
    Good example: Mint.com
  • “Q: How does the data influence your behavior?
    A: It's about being conscious about getting to sleep earlier. If you look at the sleep chart you can tell the impact of going to sleep earlier or later on your ZQ and when you get deep sleep. It makes sleep seem non-uniform, so it's not just getting one extra hour of sleep, but it's about what each part of sleep does.”
    Zeo User via Phone Interviews
  • “I may be getting a little bit more sleep since I'm paying attention to the data. It’s hard to change because of the sleep disorder.”
    Zeo User via Phone Interviews
  • Takeaway #3:
    Start with a target user who has a high chance for success.
  • “Most customers don't go through the whole 12 week coaching program. Most use it as a basic cause & effect tool. People run individual experiments.”
    Zeo Co-Founder and CTO Ben Rubin
    via Phone Interview
  • Directions for Innovation
    Products
    Personal Informatics & Analysis
    Directions for Innovation
  • Start Experimenting
    BJ Fogg’sbehaviormodel.org and behaviorwizard.org
  • Thank You
    Andrew Hershberger
    adh15.web.stanford.edu
    Stanford University
    7 June 2010