Conference Session: Experience Design for Behaviour Change

We are running a parallel paper session at the 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Crete, Greece, 22-26 June 2014.

The session is co-organised with Prof. Marientina Gotsis from the University of Southern California.

We aim to bring together a multidisciplinary set of researchers and industry professionals interested in designing behaviour change interventions. We aim to to explore how experiences can be designed to facilitate positive behavior change and how behavior change theory can evolve with the advent of new technology. Papers relate to physical health, mental well-being, exercise, social activities, rehabilitation after illness or stress, ageing, and generally living in an independent, sustainable way.

The event is part of the conference’s thematic area Design, User Experience and Usability (DUXU) and follows on from a successful event at HCI International 2013.

For more information visit http://designforbehaviorchange.wordpress.com and the conference website http://hcii2014.org/duxu.