#1 Define Context of Use
By answering the questions below, we can help you define the context of use for the application in mind.
What type of activity does this experience fall under?
Is this activity a collective or shareable activity?
Does this activity collect sensitive data?
What type of environment does this experience take place in?
What type of constraints does this space have?
Is this experience based in a public space?
Describe the pace of the activity in this experience?
Describe the level of movement of the activity in this experience?
What obstacles are in the surroundings of this space?
People Things Nearby
People Things Far Away
Does Not Apply
Is this activity visible to people who are not involved in the experience?
What human senses may be engaged in this experience?
What human capabilities may be engaged in this experience?
Does this experience provide any personalization?
Is this activity considered unconventional based on current trends?
Is this activity considered to be ethically inappropriate?
What type of technological capability is most significant for this experience?
How many networks does this experience intend to use?
#2 Review Context Definition
Summary of the tags associated with the context of use.
continuousintermittentsedentaryhybridmigrantpeople/things nearbypeople/things far awayvisiblevisionhearingtouchsmelltasteattentiondecision-makingcreative thinkingno personalizationsome personalizationhigh personalization
artificial intelligencehardwareapplicationscontentsingle networkmultiple networks
#3 Quality of Experience Factors
Please complete the Context Definition to see the full list of relevant factors.
#4 Critical Thinking
Prompted questions to help you think critically about network capabilities in relation to the QoE factors.