Digital Psychology & Emotional Design - LIVE 9-Week Training (Fall 2021)

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

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    In 3-days, you’ll learn how to build more engaging websites, apps and campaigns by mastering the core lessons in digital psychology and behavioral design.

     

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    In this class, you will learn to recognize and apply over 50 behavior change principles, build technologies from psychological design patterns and…

  • Created by: Brian Cugelman
  • Categories: Community Events

Emotional Design Psychology & Neuroscience - 2-day Course (San Jose)

  • Description:

    Over 2 days, this course will deepen your understanding of what emotions are and how they drive behavior and will teach you how to apply emotional design strategies to websites, apps, digital campaigns and more.

     

    You will gain mastery in building digital products that are inspiring and motivating. You will learn how emotions drive online behavior and build your experience…

  • Created by: Brian Cugelman
  • Categories: Community Events
  • Tags: education
  • Aug 12, 2014 from 11:00am to 2:30pm
  • Location: Pandora
  • Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2020

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This unique talk and workshop brings together different viewpoints around the Pair-Based process as it relates to design, development and product evolution. Pair-based workflows were initially a developer movement that used teams of two for quality control and efficiency amongst engineers. San Francisco-based, Pivotal Labs were founded around this principle and currently employ the Pairing technique around the world across hundreds of their engineers. With time, these side-by-side workflows evolved to incorporate not just development, but design as well. 

Presenting will be Tim McCoy, the Design Director at Pivotal, to discuss how Pairing works when design and development overlap, how that relationship changes from traditional workflows. Chris Noessel and Suzy Thompson, Design Directors from Cooper, a longstanding design and UX agency in San Francisco, have re-appropriated Pairing to a design-based approach. Their perspectives and exercises illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of Pair Design and its use at an agency such as Cooper. Lastly, Karl Dotter is the founder of PairDesign.co, a founding mentor at the Designer Fund and gives talks and workshops on how to help paired design teams become more efficient & healthy.


  • Door & Drinks : 6pm
  • Talks & Questions : 7pm-8:15pm
  • Workshops : 8:30pm-9:30pm

 

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