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URN etd-0909114-174328 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1446 times. Download 273 times. Author Hsiu-wei Hsu Author's Email Address No Public. Department Computer Science and Enginerring Year 2013 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 68 Title THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MOBILE APPLICATION FOR ENHANCING VOUCHER EXPERIENCE Keyword Location-aware service Emotion Explore Ubiquitous Computing Flash mob Voucher Interactive systems Mobile Computing Mobile Computing Interactive systems Voucher Flash mob Ubiquitous Computing Explore Emotion Location-aware service Abstract Vouchers play a very important role in commercial campaigns for engaging consumers. It can increase sales and loyalty to specific products or brands. However, it does not effectively promote interaction between retailers and consumers in the process of distributing coupons. According to the related work, flash mob can enhance connectedness between store and consumer, and it can generate consumer interest. In this research, we developed a mobile app, Hunt & Dig, which prompts users to explore if vouchers appear at nearby locations and lure them to perform the designated movements to obtain the vouchers. It entices consumer to perform flash mobs based on curiosity and exploration. Also, we conducted two phases of experiments to investigate the effect of the Hunt & Dig. In summary, the contributions of this study are to explore the influence of Hunt & Dig on consumer, and identify the design elements to enhance connection between consumers and products. Advisor Committee Yun-maw Cheng - advisor
Li-chieh Chen - co-chair
Ming-chih Huang - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2014-07-14 Date of Submission 2014-09-10