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