Digital Psychology & Emotional Design - 8-Week Fall Term (Online)

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    Over 8-weeks, you’ll learn how to build psychology-driven technologies through a combination of two classes & LIVE tutorials. 

     

    LIVE Tutorials: Applied Behavioral Design

    This LIVE class guides you through the behavioral design process for any project you prefer. You’ll enjoy interactive lessons, experiential learning and an open virtual classroom where we go step-by-step through the…

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Psychology for Digital Behavior Change - San Jose (3-day Class)

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    Over 3 days, you'll learn how to apply psychology to human-centered websites, apps, and digital campaigns.

    This class will teach you how to translate psychology into digital products, through psychology-inspired wireframing, prototyping, and creative content.

    You will learn how to recognize and apply over 50 behavior change principles, learn psychological design patterns,…

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Emotional Design Psychology - San Jose (2-day Class)

  • Description:

    Over 2 days, discover how to build emotionally intelligent websites, apps, content and campaigns based on the psychology and neuroscience of user emotion, motivation, cognition and behavior.

    Through plain language lessons and hands-on exercises, participants will deepen their understanding of the ways that emotions shape behavior, while advancing their ability to build empathetic and engaging…

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  • Nov 30, 2012 from 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Location: Timken Lecture Hall, San Francisco Campus, California College of the Arts
  • Latest Activity: Jul 16
6:30 p.m. reception; 7 p.m. panel discussionInfo: 415.703.9504 or ixd@cca.eduIn this panel design leaders of a variety of organizations will share with us their best practices around cross-disciplinary collaboration. Each panelist will share “behind the scenes” showcasing how their team structure and work environment enables successful team collaboration. The panel conversation is intended to lead us into a productive discussion about how collaborative structures enable breakthrough innovation.The panel is hosted by Indhira Rojas, CCA faculty member and founder of Design Theorem. It features Anna Shaw, director of brand at Smart Design; Dani Malik, principal at Hot Studio, Caroline Wiryadinata, senior designer at Fitbit and Celeste Prevost, designer at Square.This is a great opportunity for students to learn what to expect once they enter their professional careers. What are the requirements for team collaboration? What can we practice today that will make us great team players?