I’m a PhD at the Division of Machine Design. I have my educational background in both design and sustainable development, from which I developed my research interest on designing tools to guide people’s daily doings towards a sustainable way. Specifically, my ongoing research focuses on supporting people’s sustainable behaviour retention through context change. In this study, the activity theory is applied as the main theoretical perspective, the ethnographic-informed design as the main data collection method, and activity-centred design as the potential frame for developing design interventions.

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