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URN etd-0814107-114207 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2328 times. Download 468 times. Author Chi-Hsiang Hsu Author's Email Address email@example.com Department Industrial Design Year 2006 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language Chinese&English Page Count 153 Title Construction of Product Design Model of Influencing User Behavior Keyword user behavior design mode Human-product interaction Human-product interaction design mode user behavior Abstract Construction of intelligent living environments has been a trend in
recent years. These environments share the characteristic having an
integrated hidden information system in them. Capable of automatic
detection and interaction with people, such a system can make immediate
and appropriate responses to the multiple varieties of human behavior.
The objective is to develop the ideal humanistic living space.
Over the past years, many researchers have extended their theories
to apply in various related aspects in life, such as health care,
environmental protection and energy saving that have been valued more
and more. Under this tendency and assuming that the user can fully
comprehend messages from products with this type of purposes, this
study has established a product design mode that can effectively influence
the user’s behavior.
Based on user behavior influencing theories and techniques, this
study has analyzed related operating principles and modes and
established a “user behavior influencing product design mode” by
conducting an experiment aimed at reducing the voice volumes of library
users and to eventually devise an experimental product able to detect
voice volumes, make corresponding responses and quantify the results to
prove the viability of this mode. During the experiment the users were
able to receive and comprehend messages delivered through simple and
abstract manifestations that stimulated the sense of seeing (LED lights
coming on in order) and the sense of touch (vibration). This outcome is a
confirmation that the user behavior influencing product design mode is
effective and feasible.
Advisor Committee Yow-Sheng Liu - advisor
none - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2007-07-05 Date of Submission 2007-08-14