IV. Data & Conclusion
In total: 14 Effective Probes
After collecting all the probes and feedback, I started to interpret the raw data.
Method: From the questionnaire, I handed out during those three days, there are 4 positive descriptions and 4 negative ones. Each question is rated by participant from "Totally Disagree" to "Totally Agree" . The way I interpret all the data is to turn this verbal description into number from :
-2 (Totally Disagree)
0 (I don't Know)
2 (Totally Agree)
In this case, if the score for the first 4 questions (positive description) is closer to 2, it means it has positive feedback.
Conversely, for the other 4 questions (negative description), if it's closer to number -2, it means it has a positive impact as well.
The goal of my research is to see the trend of each participant's feedback changing between those two experiences. So I made a line chart tracking the changes of 14 of them.
(Chart Coming Soon)
The overall goal of this research is to see whether this medium can make a positive impact on health and well-being related experiences. So I calculated all the average for 14 participants on their first 4 questions (positive description) and other 4 questions (negative description) on those 3 days respectively.
From those two animated charts, we can see an overall POSITIVE trend in both cases!