Touch-notes and Query Exploration Mockups
Balsamiq Mockups - Partial Query Workflow
- we want to avoid being prescriptive, or encoding the tool with core values
- e.g. what is a "healthy" diet to one person may not be healthy to another
- avoid the trap of a medical model, "healthism"
- want to be able to capture less obvious things, unanticipated correlations etc
- remove value e.g. just "diet" rather than "healthy diet"
- or make it customizable - user may choose to create a touch note called "healthy food"
- allow the user to BYOV - bring their own value system to the tool
- user-continued design:
- allow for re-labelling
- provide a gallery, a palette, possibly of what others have done
- provide "presets" / starting sets e.g. a migraine tracking set?
- concern - too prescriptive
- concern - may not want to declare "I get migraines" - allow learner to label it as they wish (to protect privacy)
- in many cases the user may not know the value of certain data until they are tracking and can identify a correlation
- discovery process? how to guide without being prescriptive, how to get learner started?
- perhaps a starting framework:
- what did I eat today
- where did I go today
- how much sleep did I get
- who did I interact with today
- keep it more open to begin with, then hone in on specific goals, queries, correlations
- provide more than one entry method, learner can choose - broad or specific ?
- what if feelings were an entry point to everything else?
- i.e. start with how you feel today/right now, allow multiple feelings
- then track other things from there that might be affecting your mood