UCLA Engage is a real-time energy monitoring study at UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. It is among the largest behavioral experiments in energy conservation in the United States. Engage encourages energy conservation through private and public information. Private information consists of real-time feedback on electricity usage, combined with social norms. While public information includes reputation effects and display of electricity usage by consumers.
I helped with accomplishing the following objectives:
A website with a colorful and visually appealing user interface design and informative charts.
Dashboard that offers weekly information for email participants.
A poster that clearly displays energy usage comparison among project participants.