Daniela Wurhofer works as a Post-Doc Researcher at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital Health and Prevention. Studying Psychology and Applied Computer Science, she did her PhD in the field of Human-Computer Interaction, with a focus on temporal transitions of user experience, i.e., investigating changes of users’ experiences over time. Next to user experience, Daniela’s interests include user-centered development of digital health interventions, Shared Decision Making with digital health applications, as well as acceptance of mobile and automated technologies. In her work at the LBI, Daniela is focusing on the development of digital health interventions, putting emphasis on the human side of technology. Selected projects that Daniela is currently working on at the LBI-DHP include aktivplan, MORE, and the iterative development of digital health intervention concepts.
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