Garbage Classification Education Application Design – Taking Shanghai, China as an Example
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Since Shanghai has legislated household waste management in 2019, it has become a challenge for the public to classify garbage without necessary assistance. In this paper, we propose a framework for the design of the application of garbage sorting education. The framework considers three factors, i.e., usability, interactivity, and engagement. First, we use new technologies and some design guidelines to improve the usability of the framework. Second, we use interactive methods to make users understand how to recycle garbage resources. In addition, we provide personalized customization and feedback data, which could increase their sense of participation.
KeywordsGarbage classification Education application framework Usability Interactivity Engagement
The paper is supported by Shanghai Leading Academic Discipline Project of Design IV (DB18107).
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