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Pay by cash? Quickly design-inspired studies to gain insights about people financial transactions

Pay by cash? Quickly design-inspired studies to gain insights about people financial transactions

Candello, Heloisa; Millen, David; Bianchi, Silvia; Braz, Alan;

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In this work we aim to investigate the way people behave and think about transactions in everyday life. In industrial lab research, it is not always possible to conduct full-scale ethnographic studies to understand people’s everyday practices in support of the development of new technologies or to understand the ways in which technology may improve people’s life. We apply a less-time consuming design approach to gather preliminary ideas in preparation for more in-depth field studies. We describe four design-inspired studies to gain insights about user thoughts and behaviors while engaged in financial transactions. We also provide important design considerations for developing mobile payment systems using social networks.

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In this work we aim to investigate the way people behave and think about transactions in everyday life. In industrial lab research, it is not always possible to conduct full-scale ethnographic studies to understand people’s everyday practices in support of the development of new technologies or to understand the ways in which technology may improve people’s life. We apply a less-time consuming design approach to gather preliminary ideas in preparation for more in-depth field studies. We describe four design-inspired studies to gain insights about user thoughts and behaviors while engaged in financial transactions. We also provide important design considerations for developing mobile payment systems using social networks.

Palavras-chave: financial interaction,

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DOI: 10.5151/designpro-CIDI2015-cidi_34

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Como citar:

Candello, Heloisa; Millen, David; Bianchi, Silvia; Braz, Alan; "Pay by cash? Quickly design-inspired studies to gain insights about people financial transactions", p. 614-623 . In: . In: C. G. Spinillo; L. M. Fadel; V. T. Souto; T. B. P. Silva & R. J. Camara (Eds). Anais do 7º Congresso Internacional de Design da Informação/Proceedings of the 7th Information Design International Conference | CIDI 2015 [Blucher Design Proceedings, num.2, vol.2]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-122-0
DOI 10.5151/designpro-CIDI2015-cidi_34

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