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Comparison of Movie Ticketing system by smartphone applications -Focused on CGV, Megabox, Lotte cinema- (스마트폰 애플리케이션을 통한 영화 예매 시스템 비교 -CGV, 메가박스, 롯데시네마를 중심으로-)

  • Ko, Jin;Kim, Seung-In
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.453-460
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    • 2016
  • This study aimed to compare the systems of ticketing application programs of three major movie theaters, CGV, Megabox, Lotte Cinema, with each other and evaluate the usability, and find problems to figure out user experiences for more convenient mobile ticketing. Experimental subjects with experiences of using apps of the movie theaters were recruited; First, as a primary task, they reserved movie tickets with each of the movie theater apps; Second, they had in-depth interviews with questions based on the model of Creating Pleasurable Interfaces by Stephen Anderson. As a result, users preferred the composition with information in order in overall, in which ticketing process went smoothly. In particular, users were more satisfied with convenient payment applications. Therefore, as an improving way, it is required to design an interface for users to recognize at a glance and a payment system within an app, not to design separate payment system out of the app. I hope this study will help actively conduct researches to maximize the usability in a way to reserve movie tickets through smartphone apps.

A study on User Experience for Home Appliances Experience Service Design (가전제품 체험 서비스 디자인을 위한 사용자 경험 연구)

  • Shim, Soo-Yeon;Kim, Seung-In
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.439-445
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    • 2020
  • This is a user experience study of factors that should be considered in designing home appliances experience service. Untact services are emerging, but the development of home appliances sector is in early stage. Based on the six factors of Stephen P. Anderson's Creating Pleasurable Interface Model, this study conducted surveys, 1:1 in-depth interviews, and participation observations to measure and analyze user experience. In this study, I compared 4060s and 2030s's user experience in that the untact services raise the digital alienation among middle-senior-aged. As a result, there were significant differences between the two, including the opposite satisfaction in terms of reliable, usable and pleasurable factors. I hope that this study will be of strategic help in designing future home appliance experience services.

A study on User experience of Fintech Application Service -Focused on Toss and Kakaobank- (핀테크 애플리케이션의 사용자 경험 연구 -토스와 카카오뱅크를 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Hyun-Woo;Kim, Seung-In
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.287-293
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    • 2020
  • This study is about comparing and analyzing the representative fintech application service, Toss, and Kakaobank from the user's point of view and suggest development according to the main factors of user experience. The experimental group who have used both mobile application was recruited to do a task about deposit and withdrawal service. After the task, an in-depth interview was conducted by reorganizing the "Creating Pleasurable Interface model" by Stephen P. Anderson. Interview questionnaire is based on propensity and feature of generation 2030. As a result of the experiment, the user showed satisfaction with usability and showed different application usage experience depend on financial transaction propensity and money management. Therefore, the application needs features that could grasp the propensity and also service to manage money in everyday life. Based on this study, it is expected to develop be user-based fintech application service in related fields.

Analysis of dental unmet needs medical research trends and influence factors : using structural literature review (미충족 치과의료 연구 동향 및 영향요인 분석 : 체계적 문헌고찰을 이용하여세요)

  • Kim, Woo-Jong;Shin, Young-Jeon;Kim, So-Ye;Kim, Jan-Di
    • Journal of Korean society of Dental Hygiene
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.243-256
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    • 2020
  • Objectives: This study aimed to determine and facilitate provisions for the unmet dental needs of Koreans, stratified by time, influencing factors, and research trends, through a systematic review of related published studies since 2006. Methods: this review focused on previous studies published between January 2006 and November 2019 that analyzed influencing the factors underlying the unmet dental needs of koreans. We followed the guidelines set for each phase of research and selected the final 32 studies that met the selection criteria for the analysis. Results: The number of studies has rapidly increased since 2015 (22 studies, 68.7%). the were 68.9% in 2006, 25.9% in 2009, 41.3% in 2010- 2012, and 33.3% in 2013-2015 for adults and 27.9% in 2010, 24.6% in 2015, and 16.1% in 2017 for the rates of older adults. the rates of unmet dental needs related to economic factors, were 38.6% in 2006, 41.4% in 2007-2009, and 35.9% in 2013-2015 for adults and 50.5% in 2010 and 41.2% in 2015 for the older adults. There were common influencing factors for unmet dental needs. the rate of unmet dental needs was increased by with female gender, younger age, single marital status, low family income, low educational level, worsened subjective health condition, and the presence of chronic diseases. Conclusions: Standardized studies with more accurate definitions and assessment tools are required. however, our study emphasizes the need for a policy intervention that accounts for the characteristics of subjects to reduce unmet dental needs.

A Convergence Study on Influencing Factors of Paid Care Service: Andersen's Behavioral Model (유급 간병서비스 이용 영향요인에 관한 융복합적 연구: Andersen's Behavioral Model)

  • KIM, Han-Kyoul;Kim, Sung Kuk;Shim, Hyun-Jin;Lee, Hee Myung;Rhee, Hyunsill
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.327-337
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to identify the current state of paid care services and to identify the factors that affect the utilization of private nursing services. This study constructed and utilized the Korean Health Panel data (2011-2014) in the form of panel data, and selected 5,110 patients who had experience using one or more hospitalization services per year. STATA 12.0 SE was used for data processing and analysis of this study. Frequency analysis was performed to confirm basic characteristics of hospitalized patients. Cross-analysis and t-test were conducted to confirm the status of paid care services according to characteristics. Respectively. Finally, panel logistic regression was performed by applying a hierarchical method to stepwise modeling the three categories of Andersen's Behavioral Model to identify factors affecting the use of paid care services for inpatients. The results showed that the use of paid nursing services was higher in women, elderly, long - term hospitalized and disabled. On the other hand, significant household income variables in private employment did not show significant results. The results of this study are expected to be used as basic data for the selection of the nursing care integrated services under discussion. In addition, detailed discussions on the selection of subjects should be made in the future.

Health Behavior Associated with Outpatient Utilization (외래서비스 이용과 건강행태)

  • Shin, Min-Sun;Lee, Won Jae
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.342-353
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    • 2013
  • Objectives: It attempted to analyze influencing factors on the utilization of outpatient services which were adopted to predisposing, enabling, and need factors in Anderson model. Methods: The current study analyzed "2007 Korean National Health Nutrition Survey" data, which selected 3,335 people nationwide by proportional systematic sampling. This study analyzed data of persons who used outpatient services in two weeks. It adopted Anderson Model to control contextual factors including socioeconomic factors. The study compared means and fitted logistic regression models and multilevel model. Results: The logistic regression model showed that persons purchased private medical insurance were less likely to use outpatient services than the persons did not purchase private medical insurance. Persons with hypertension and diabetes mellitus, overweight, and problem drinkers were more likely to use outpatient services. Persons with high school graduates or higher in education level and experience of accidents or intoxications were more likely to use outpatient services according to the multilevel analysis of mixed model which treated region as random effect. Conclusion: Higher level of perceived stress increased the probability to use outpatient service than lower level of perceived stress. As number of days a person had exercised increased, the probability to use outpatient service decreased. Overweight and problem alcohol drinking increased the probability of outpatient service use. Further research should be conducted to find more factors influencing outpatient service use.

Study of the Factors affecting Unmet Medical Needs in Patients with Cerebrovascular Diseases (뇌혈관질환자의 미 충족 의료에 미치는 영향요인 연구)

  • Lee, Jeong Wook
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.9
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    • pp.279-291
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    • 2018
  • This study is designed to demonstrate risk factors of unmet medical care for people with cerebrovascular disease. To do this, statistical analysis was performed by using hierarchical logistic regression analysis with SPSS/WIN24.0 program using Korean Medical Panel data in 2014. In the final model of the hierarchical logistic regression analysis, which is based on Anderson's Model, adjusted for the factors of the predisposing and enabling factors, the explanatory variables affecting the unmet medical development are gender, economic activity, income level, the experience of lying in a sickbed, restriction on activity, subjective health condition, and the number of chronic diseases. Based on the results of this study, the practical and policy implications for the effective management and treatment of cerebrovascular disease should be included in the countermeasures for cerebrovascular disease, a strategy to reduce the unmet medical incidence of cerebrovascular disease, in order to meet the medical needs, the necessity of comprehensive measures considering various dimensions of variables and the influential variables of unmet medical emergence have been suggested for the necessity of making a detailed service manual that can improve accessibility to medical services.