Welcome to phase two of the semester-long journey where I document my team’s research and design process as part of our core classes at Georgia Tech’s MS-HCI program. Our goal for the semester is to create a solution that allows college students to manage stress-eating.
To learn more about how we identified the problem space in phase 1, please read: https://medium.com/georgia-tech-mshci/stress-eating-study-part-1-the-cortisol-induced-food-frenzy-96e4e9e2b66a
The literature reviews are done. The problem space has been identified. Next stop: the enigmatic world of data collection.
Having pored over existing literature about stress among college students and its effects on eating behavior, we needed to gather…
In August 2020, I, a dewy-eyed graduate student started my Master’s at the MS-HCI program at Georgia Tech. A required part of our core classes as first-year graduate students was conducting an end-to-end research and design project to develop real-world and viable technologies. And so begins our journey;
Welcome to the first phase of the semester-long journey where I document my team’s research and design process trying to create a solution to a very real (and relatable problem) among college students: stress eating.
Graduate Student in Human Computer Interaction | Georgia Institute of Technology