Experience Sampling Methodology – A Case Study in Enhancing the Overall Personal Productivity of Tuen Mun Nursing School Students
The objective of this study is to investigate the daily study habit and routine of the Tuen Mun Nursing School students and explore design opportunities to enhance their personal productivity while in the school environment through the methods of ESM and User Interviews.
This study comprised of three main parts:
(1) Observation was done at the Tuen Mun Nursing School to collect preliminary information about the school environment;
(2) User Interviews with Year 1 and Year 3 students to collect preliminary information about their perceptions of the school environment and teaching mode, and to learn about the students’ background and their study habit;
(3) ESM study was designed base on the findings from the Observation and the User Interviews intended to uncover the deeper level of participants’ perception, motivation and feeling toward productivity in the school and outside of school environments while engaged in study related activities.
Project by: Joanna Leung / Sunny Cheung / Yao Yueyang / Theodore Tsai
Instructor: Dr. Juan Carlos Jimenez Garcia
Client: Tuen Mun Nursing School
- Interaction Designer (Master Student, Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
- Master of Interaction Design Program, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- June 2016
- Experience Sampling Methodology, esm, user research, interaction design, UX