Mobile context-aware cross-cultural applications (MOCCA)


 

Abstract:

This proposal intends to systematically pioneer the cross-cultural mobile user experience issues and provide valuable guidelines for designing cultural adaptability into the context-awareness of smart phones.

The objectives of this proposal are to:
1) Identify the user experience problems that exists in mobile context-awareness system in Europe and China, and uncover the key factors producing the problems;
2) Examine the influence of context-awareness factors and culture difference on mobile context-aware cross-cultural applications (MOCCA);
3) Apply the findings to improving the design of mobile context-awareness systems and demonstrate specific user experiences for European and Chinese users of smart phones with cultural adaptability.

The project will improve and explore alternative approaches to measuring user experience, under supervision provided by the host university, and in close collaboration with the university providing the secondment, Chinese universities, and a European (Danish) high tech company. The research will be published in leading journals in the field of Human-Computer Interaction and disseminated in Europe and China.

Type:

EU

Funder:

H2020-MSCA-IF-EF-2015

Status:

Current

Start Date:

01-09-2016

End Date:

31-08-2018

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