Print Email Facebook Twitter Improving the User's Product Selection Experience by Designing a New Tool Title Improving the User's Product Selection Experience by Designing a New Tool Author Cho, E.J. Contributor Keyson, D.V. (mentor) Van der Helm, A.J.C. (mentor) Faculty Industrial Design Engineering Department ID DCC; Design Context and Conceptualization Date 2012-08-24 Abstract People from diverse professions and industries use professional lighting products. However, the descriptions of the professional lighting products are focusing on the technical information of each product which needs a certain level of the lighting design knowledge and experience to understand. Therefore, there are some people who cannot fully understand this type of description, and their product selection experience cannot be satisfactory. This graduation project was improving those people’s lighting product selection experience by designing a tool for those people, and in order to improve their lighting product selection experience, a new tool was developed. The studies and researches have been conducted during the project, in which the users’ needs and desires were unveiled and the problems of the current situation were found. To show the opportunity to improve and solve the current situation and problems, the concept of Lighting Effect Product Selector was developed. Through the concept evaluation, it was confirmed that the application is helpful in guiding the target users’ lighting product selection processes, and the application has the possibility to increase the target users’ lighting product selection experience. Therefore, the Lighting Effect Product Selector can be used as a starting point of developing more products and researches to increase the users’ better product selection experience. Subject interactionuser experienceuser interfaceproduct selection tool To reference this document use: uuid:03a72bda-ce65-4bb3-af56-ad33c810e029 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2012 Cho, E.J.