Thesis Title : Co-design of Augmented Reality-based application to facilitate self-management of anxiety in young people: An Australian and Thai study
Co-design of Augmented Reality-based application to facilitate self-management of anxiety in young people: An Australian and Thai study
Naputsamohn Junpiban held the position of Exhibition Design course lecturer at Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University Thailand and a researcher focusing on participatory approach, creative methods, youth education. She received her BA degree in Creative Arts (Exhibition Design major) with second class honours from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand and her MA degree in Communication Design with distinction from University of Southampton, UK.
Currently, Naputsamohn is a PhD candidate with Design for Health at QUT Design Lab.
With her background in spatial design, experience design and storytelling, Naputsamohn has developed a specialty in museum experience implementations, focusing on a series of creative methods and interactive design to present in portable exhibition techniques. She has five years of design experience across interdisciplinary fields. She has also delivered and collaborated her works with the education and government sector to promote youth education in Thailand.
Principal Supervisor: Dr Oksana Zelenko
Associate Supervisor: Aspro Mark Ryan
Estimated completion date: February, 2024