Shaio-Chung Chan

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User interactions with products or systems can produce positive feelings, e.g. pleasing, encouraging or challenging; or negative ones, e.g. annoying, depressing or even abusive. This study attempted to explore reasons for negative emotions associated with product use by probing into the embarrassing emotions aroused in a product-use situation. The results(More)
─ In this paper, we present a user-friendly mobile application that automatically generates alarm signals to remind a user to take medication. This application is able to automatically process a prescription of multiple medications and provide a visual reminder, as well as an audio reminder in the user's chosen language/dialect. This application can help to(More)
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