User Preferences for Speech-based Interaction with Mobile Health Management Applications

Stephanie Schwarz, Cristina Olaverri-Monreal, Dominik Zenth, Georg Aumayr (Vortragende:r), Gudrun Haider

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This work reports the main results from two lab studies involving elderly users on relevant usability aspects during the interaction with assistive systems and simulated speech interaction components, starting from the main interactions for socio-technical health related systems. The first study reports on usability aspects and usage scenarios during the interaction with a smartphone-based prototype for real time vital sign detection and visualization. The second study provides insights on user preferences toward different speech-based output variants for an activity reporting feature. Design recommendations are given toward the enhancement of perceived control of the service as well as of means and quality of health related data documentation.
TitelIDIMT-2015 Information Technology and Society Interaction and Interdependence
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2015
VeranstaltungIDIMT - Interdisciplinary Information and Management Talks -
Dauer: 9 Sept. 201511 Sept. 2015


KonferenzIDIMT - Interdisciplinary Information and Management Talks

Research Field

  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Technology Experience


  • hDATA
  • elderly
  • mobile apps
  • heart rate monitoring
  • medication reminder
  • usability studies


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