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Presentation of Workshop on Technology for Healthcare and Healthy Lifestyle 2011

Presentation of Workshop on Technology for Healthcare and Healthy Lifestyle 2011

Thursday 1st Dec 2011
Session II

http://www.tsb.upv.es/wths2011

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    Gloria Cea - Goal-Oriented Design Methodology Applied to User Interfaces in AmI Systems for Functional Assessment Gloria Cea - Goal-Oriented Design Methodology Applied to User Interfaces in AmI Systems for Functional Assessment Presentation Transcript

    • Goal-Oriented DesignMethodology Applied to UserInterfaces in AmI Systems for Functional AssessmentGloria Cea, Eugenio Gaeta and Mª Teresa ArredondoIII Workshop on Technology for Healthcare and Healthy Lifestyle Valencia, 1st December 2011
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Introduction  The functional assessment of aerobic endurance is very expensive, time consuming and needs to be done in specialized laboratories  The evaluation is carried out by means of stress testing and parameters such as heart rate, electrocardiogram or maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) have been measured  There are not any solutions yet, based on mobile applications allowing people to perform this assessment by themselvesLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Introduction Application objectives o Propose an alternative solution to the current stress tests o Promote personal self-care in people who often practice sportsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Materials and MethodsGoal-Oriented Design Methodology  The G-OD follows the trend of giving more importance to the user in the process of designing and developing interactive products  It revolves around three fundamental aspects o The characters  ‘Persona’ concept o The scenarios: What should this product do? How should this product come up and behave? o The goals: are driving forces behind the behaviour obtained from the userLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Materials and MethodsAttrakDiff Questionnaire  Based on a model by Hassenzahl and others  Takes into account pragmatic and hedonic aspects o Pragmatic aspects: quality and usability o Hedonic aspects: autonomy, security, competition or relationships with othersLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsFunctional Assessment System (FAS)  The FAS is an AmI System developed for performing a functional assessment of aerobic endurance  Application automatically assumes many functions and is more comfortable for the user  To learn how to use the FAS almost perfectly, users do not need a very high number of attempsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsUser description: ‘Persona’ «My name is Laura and I am 29 years old. I practice sports regularly, about 3 times a week. For several years, I have been caring for my fitness and my diet, so I would love to have some information about my cardiovascular health at any time, in a simple, convenient and reliable way. I don´t like to go to a specialized place for a basic control of physiological parameters during exercise, because it is expensive and very time consuming.»LST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsScenario Description  Carry out a stress  Practice exercise test o Fitness center o Outdoor Introduce Connect Real Time Data Review User Data Device Record DataLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsDescription of the interaction framework  The application is divided into 3 functional levelsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsDescription of the interaction framework  Mock-up of the user’s interfaceLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsDescription of the interaction framework  Description of the key pathLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsDescription of the interaction framework  The ‘Refinement’ of the graphical elements Normal Pressed SelectedLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • ResultsDescription of the interaction framework  The ‘Look & Feel’LST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Validation How do users react when using the application? o AttrakDiff Questionnaire of Hassenzahlo 11 users: 8 Men and 3 Womeno Age: 24-33 yearso Are familiar with technologies such as SmartphonesLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • List of Contents Introduction Materials and Methods Results Validation ConclusionsLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Conclusions  The FAS system has been validated using the AttrakDiff questionnaire  Very positive outcomes  the FAS has resulted to be quite innovative, very intuitive and highly usable  The application is expected to benefit people who practice sports regularly by providing them with a tool for completing functional assessment of the aerobic endurance on their own  It helps users to exercise in a healthier and safe wayLST – Life Supporting Technologies@2011 | WTHS’11– Gloria Cea Sánchez
    • Goal-Oriented DesignMethodology Applied to UserInterfaces in AmI Systems for Functional AssessmentGloria Cea, Eugenio Gaeta and Mª Teresa ArredondoIII Workshop on Technology for Healthcare and Healthy Lifestyle Valencia, 1st December 2011