YOUhydrated | project by Simone van den Broek This bottle design is the result of my research paper about a design implementation of Behavioural change techniques to improve perceived euhydration. The project YOUhydration aims to enable users to live a sufficiently hydrated lifestyle and is a follow up of my project YOUhydration Part1. For my
YOU hydration [euhydration] | project by Simone van den Broek Final Master Project project of Simone van den Broek for the Constructive Design Research track at the Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology. The purpose of the research study YOU hydrated is to research how young adults who do not live with their parents
Design for behavioural change | Project by Bu Jiayuan, Eva de Bruijn, Bernice d’Anjou and Simone van den Broek For this project we were challenged to design a way to fight smartphone addiction through the use of behavioural change techniques. In order to support people in the transition from the precontemplation (see Fig. 2) phase towards preparation(see Fig.
Design research | Simone van den Broek Motivating desk workers to pick up a drink: Exploring the effect of social and individual behavioral change techniques To perform to your full capacity it is important to be sufficiently hydrated. You are sufficiently hydrated when you are euhydrated. Your body is euhydrated when the volume of water in the
IoT Neighborhood | Project by Michelle van Lieshout and Simone van den Broek IoT Systems are getting more widely used. They respond to the action of the user, learn from that and act autonomously. Most of the time, the user teaches the system how to behave. What would happen if a system starts to teach the user
Mood tracking for Self-Reflection | Project by Davide Amorim & Simone van den Broek Insomnia is the regular occurrence of the inability to sleep. 33% to 50% of the adult population experience insomnia. Insomnia symptoms include: sleepiness during the day, increased stress levels and emotional instability, reduced creativity and memory, concentration problems and fatigue. All these
Beautiful data | Project by Simone van den Broek, Jiachun Du, Ana Torralba, George Wu With an international team, we worked on visualizing big data. We made the visualization easy to understand through storytelling. This project was set up through a collaboration between Eindhoven University of Technology and Philips. This video shows the results of our project “Beautiful