Advanced Search

Browse by Discipline

Scientific Societies

E-print Alerts

Add E-prints

E-print Network

  Advanced Search  

The Design of Eco-Feedback Technology Jon Froehlich1

Summary: The Design of Eco-Feedback Technology
Jon Froehlich1
, Leah Findlater2
, James Landay1
Computer Science and Engineering, 2
The Information School
DUB Institute, University of Washington
{ jfroehli, leahkf, landay}@uw.edu
Eco-feedback technology provides feedback on individual
or group behaviors with a goal of reducing environmental
impact. The history of eco-feedback extends back more
than 40 years to the origins of environmental psychology.
Despite its stated purpose, few HCI eco-feedback studies
have attempted to measure behavior change. This leads to
two overarching questions: (1) what can HCI learn from
environmental psychology and (2) what role should HCI
have in designing and evaluating eco-feedback technology?
To help answer these questions, this paper conducts a


Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle
Findlater, Leah - College of Information Studies, University of Maryland at College Park


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences