Development of an event calendar service that triggers people to take part in activities spontaneously.
Pasman, G.J. (mentor)
Boess, S.U. (mentor)
Industrial Design Engineering
Design for Interaction
The purpose of this project was to involve the user in the design process of a calendar service for Sanoma Digital The Netherlands. A contextual research has been done in what way people plan their daily lives, how they experience this and how an information service could support them in planning daily life. The research had lead to the design direction: Development of an event calendar service that triggers people to take part in activities. An interaction vision has been defined in order to achieve the goal: triggering people to act spontaneously. From here the concept has been generated, by performing two brainstorm sessions. The user was also involved in the detailing phase, conducting a user test using paper based prototyping.
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