Han-Jong Kim

Ph.D Candidate, ID KAIST
Co.design:Inter.action Design Research Lab.
Designer + Developer
jong2jong2 at kaist.ac.kr
I am design researcher interested in development of design prototyping tools with general understanding of both design and human-computer interaction. My Ph.D research applied research-through-design and research product approach with building and evaluating new prototyping tools, and specific support area is future smart environment design.


An Android app for sharing equipment usage in a small user group


Cabinet is an Android application for managing sharing equipment. It has three key features of NFC-based lending and returning, network-based status management, and push alarm notifications to let users recognize the status. When a user touches a smartphone to NFC tag to lend an equipment, the user can set expected returning date. If returning day comes up, push notification reminds the user. Returning can be easily done by touching NFC tag again. User can see the whole status and detail information of equipment and set favorite items. When the favorite is available after someone’s return, push notification let the user know.

Related Course

Mobile and Pervasive Computing for Knowledge Services, KSE KAIST