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Technology-Enabled Feedback on Domestic Energy Consumption: Articulating a Set of Design Concerns

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2 Author(s)
Geraldine Fitzpatrick ; University of Sussex ; Greg Smith

This paper presents the technology enabled feedback on domestic energy consumption that promote awareness and lead to energy savings. This explore an activity-centric view of energy consumption in shared spaces, such as offices. While a focus on changed consumption outcomes will ultimately be the key test of a good device, more systematic user experience and design studies, across a range of settings, might provide more confidence that the devices we're designing are both fit to task and will be acceptable as well as usable. The authors articulate a set of design concerns that frame and focus ongoing research into user experience and more effective feedback display designs.

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IEEE Pervasive Computing  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 1 )