Understanding mobile social behaviour using smartphones
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Understanding the behaviour of users as they share information with mobile social applications is important for enhancing their experiences and improving the services provided. In this paper, we present an approach to studying users’ behaviour with the Experience Sampling Method, using a single mobile device to ask questions of users and simultaneously monitor their activities and contexts. While our approach presents benefits compared to traditional questionnaires, we also present the challenges faced, and the problems still to be explored.
Abdesslem , F B & Henderson , T N H 2010 , ' Understanding mobile social behaviour using smartphones ' , Paper presented at First Workshop on Observing the Mobile User Experience , Reykjavik , Iceland , 17/10/10 - 17/10/10 .conference
DescriptionThis work is funded by the EPSRC/TSB Privacy Value Networks project (EP/G002606/1).
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