The Inbodied5: a provisional Wellbeing model for Users and Interactive Technology Designers AIC, ECS, USouthampton
Most of us have weak models of wellbeing. This lack of an effective practical model of wellbeing, may be a strong factor for why health and wellbeing apps have had only mixed success. To help address this lack, we propose the inbodied5, a holistic model that represents five fundamental inter-related processes – eating, moving, cogitating, engaging and sleeping - to help designers and users debug our wellbeing towards better wellbeing self-efficacy.
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