Context: part of the Quality of Life Technologies Lab
Duration: January 2018 – December 2018
Contribution: lead researcher, working in collaboration with Prof. Vero Estrada Galiñanes and Prof. Katarzyna Wac
Honour: nominated for the best data-driven innovation award at the ACM Digital Health conference
There is a massive need for helping people taking control of daily life. Many smartphone users first need to understand everyday life holistically, then take control of their behaviors, potentially improving their life quality and preventing disease in the future. Our platform enables exactly this.
Mobile Quality of Life lab is the result of our research on past and current studies in health and wellbeing where participants contribute with interactive, mobile, wearable, and ubiquitous (IMWU) data. The result is a vision to allow natural exploration of quality of life and daily life behaviours.
See the design: http://bit.ly/mobileQoLlab
Contribution: lead researcher
- Research, requirements analysis, software design, and feedback collection for an iOS app with the aim of helping people Take Control of their Quality of Life.
- Designed a prototype for the mobile application (100+ screens) that elicits the found requirements.
- Prototyping: Marvel.
Honour: nomination for international award
- The project was nominated for the best data-driven innovation award at the ACM Digital Health Conference.