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A user experience design aiming at grade three students in senior high school in China to alleviate their stress of choosing college majors.

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  • Mapping Your-Future-Self Presentation

    1. 1. Mapping Your-Future-Self Jingyu Wu Capstone 2010 Advisor: Erik Stolterman Shaowen Bardzell
    2. 2. 25 years ago...
    3. 3. 25 years ago...When my uncle was choosing his collegemajor, he felt confused...
    4. 4. 25 years ago...When my uncle was choosing his collegemajor, he felt confused...“I don’t know what major to choose.”, my uncle said“Clothes Dyeing! It sounds cool to me!”, said my aunt“Hmm...sounds cool to me too. Done!”
    5. 5. 6 years ago...When I was choosing my college major, I feltconfused...
    6. 6. 6 years ago...When I was choosing my college major, I feltconfused...“Which major should I apply for college?”, I said“Computer stuff seems splendid...”, my Dad suggested“Hmm...I don’t know programming. But I’ll give it a shot.”
    7. 7. Today Still...When choosing college majors, most of thehigh school students in China feel confused...“Do you have any plan for it?”, I asked
    8. 8. Today Still...When choosing college majors, most of thehigh school students in China feel confused...“Do you have any plan for it?”, I asked“I don’t know yet. But I think I will choose the one that my score can reachedbest...I can’t control that.”“I don’t know where to start. I think my family will give me better suggestionslater...”“I tried to rely on a psych test. However, what the result suggested is not mytype...I’ll leave it after the final entrance exam.”
    9. 9. So Why?• Information technology has been incredibly developed for the last 20 years.• They are surrounded by technology.
    10. 10. So Why? • Information technology has been incredibly developed for the last 20 years. • They are surrounded by technology. However...Such an uninformed decision making still happens.
    11. 11. Where’s Help
    12. 12. Where’s Help
    13. 13. Where’s Help• Detailed information for different schools andprograms is available• Considerable steps to choose a right major arelisted
    14. 14. Where’s Help• Detailed information for different schools andprograms is available• Considerable steps to choose a right major arelisted• Usable but not useful
    15. 15. Decision Makinga general decision-making process model proposed by Mintzberg et al. (1976)
    16. 16. searchable resources Communication Self-Psych with Alumnus/ CoreTest/Games Professionals Experts’ Grade-School Analysis Matchup
    17. 17. Surveys to FreshmanSurvey partial results show that more studentscare about alumni/professionals’ opinions andgrades-school matchup
    18. 18. Surveys to FreshmanSurvey partial results show that more studentscare about alumni/professionals’ opinions andgrades-school matchup
    19. 19. Surveys to FreshmanSurvey partial results show that more studentscare about alumni/professionals’ opinions andgrades-school matchup
    20. 20. Interview• Decided yet? Is that difficult?• Plan for choosing the college major.• What have been done for it• What resources did/will help
    21. 21. Interview 2 academic field: Science & Literature with 8 subjects Over 300 college majors to chooseTalking to someone inside/after college is informative.
    22. 22. Participatory Design• Help one interviewed subject get through• Collect basic information from him• Find a matched college student to talk to him• He feels confident about his choice now
    23. 23. InsightsAlumni/college students’ related experience sharing is agood resource.• But how to find the matched mentor?➡ Base on similar interests as a searching strategy.• And how to persuade them to join and help?
    24. 24. PersuasionThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    25. 25. Motivation• 65 of 66 people are willing to do a simple evaluationfor high school students of their program.• 55 of 66 people are willing to devote an hour for aconversation to answer their questions
    26. 26. Motivation• 65 of 66 people are willing to do a simple evaluationfor high school students of their program.• 55 of 66 people are willing to devote an hour for aconversation to answer their questions
    27. 27. MotivationThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    28. 28. MotivationThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    29. 29. Increase AbilityThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    30. 30. Increase AbilityThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    31. 31. Increase Ability To make it simple to doThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    32. 32. Increase Ability To make it simple to do• Sometimes just ratings will be required The Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    33. 33. Increase Ability To make it simple to do• Sometimes just ratings will be required• Duplicated questions will not be asked again The Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    34. 34. Increase Ability To make it simple to do• Sometimes just ratings will be required• Duplicated questions will not be asked again• Questions will be asked in a concise way The Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    35. 35. Increase Ability To make it simple to do• Sometimes just ratings will be required• Duplicated questions will not be asked again• Questions will be asked in a concise way• They don’t have to register for this website The Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    36. 36. Concepts & Sketches
    37. 37. Concepts & Sketches
    38. 38. Concepts & SketchesMapping Your-Future-Self
    39. 39. Conceptual Model Future-SelfSelf
    40. 40. Conceptual Model Future-SelfSelf
    41. 41. Conceptual Model Future-SelfSelf Mentor with similarity in interests
    42. 42. Story Name: Tong Liu Major: Science Favorite Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, English Hobbies: Photography, Writing Activitiy: Editor of School Magazine
    43. 43. 2 academic field:Science & Literature with 8 subjects Over 300 college majors to choose
    44. 44. 2 academic field:Science & Literature with 8 subjects Over 300 college majors to choose
    45. 45. Questions that have beenanswered by a mentor
    46. 46. Users would like toask another questions.
    47. 47. Prevent duplicated questions fromsending to mentors.
    48. 48. Evaluation• Usability testing result is positive• Potential users claim that they would like to have atool like that for assistance• Mentors don’t feel annoying so far
    49. 49. TriggersThe Fogg Behavior Model has three factors: motivation, ability, and triggers.
    50. 50. Implement• Cooperate with social networking tools in China in order to promote its usage, such as• Cooperate with Youth Volunteer Association at each college to optimize the networking
    51. 51. Further Step Future-Self Self College studentsHigh school students Professionals Novice
    52. 52. Further Step Future-Self Self College studentsHigh school students Professionals Novice
    53. 53. Thank you !
    54. 54. Thank you ! Erik Shaowen, Marty Cheng, Fanxing, Moe, Tong Casey, C.J. Page, Chad, Susan,Vidya,Yujia Geoffrey, Gopi, James, Joe, Lynn, Matt, Sean, Thalith,VarunAmanda, Chitmeng,Robert, Xiying,Yuebo, Xi Lin, Qianyi Feng,Yu-Tong

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