Assignment 05: Quant Self Intervention
Design or prototype an intervention that would help you to change your behavior based on the data you've gathered or based on the service you designed in you Quant Self Service. Tech or community or social based interventions are fair game.
- make your intervention tangible; make it visual or physical in some way.
- justify how your intervention works and why it is convincing for you and why it might (or might not) be a useful strategy for others.
You might consider: - paper prototypes, a slide deck, a screen dummy, video, etc - using your quant self service idea as a foundation to build your intervention on
Language Usage Tracking
The following application only focuses on writing thorough keyboard in either mobile device or pc. If you are a new user, it will ask the access to data about when you change your language, because it can be sensitive information. Once the user confirms, it lands to the Welcome (Get Started) page and will set up language types and devices to synchronize.
After the registration, the application won't ask accessibility question unless the user desires to stop the process of collecting data. Instead of Welcome page, now it will directly land on profile page and shows the average usage of different languages, list of languages, and list of synchronized devices. This page also has a role as setting page, so any visual change, language and device reset can be done in here as well. In order to see more details about data, tap the left top button and it will land on Time Map page. The default view of Time Map page is daily based.
Once in the Time Map page, the user can navigate to further information as weekly based, monthly based, or yearly based data. Each page's graphic is color-coded according to language, which is adjustable element in setting page. Through these Time Map sections, the user can discover such aspects like: "I use more Korean during weekends", "English is my main language while I'm not on vacation", and "My usage of English is increasing every year".