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

  • Description:

    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…

  • Created by: Brian Cugelman
  • Categories: Community Events

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

  • Description:

    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.



    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
  • May 29, 2019 from 11:00am to 1:00pm
  • Location: Galvanize San Francisco
  • Latest Activity: Jul 16

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Building tools to help the folks “behind the scenes” at NASA takes a deep understanding of their complex worlds. In this talk, I’ll discuss how we used qualitative data to support NASA’s Space Launch System program and how we introduced a new set of stakeholders to user-centered design.

This is the Agenda for the day:

6-6:30 - Snacks and Networking

6:30 - 7:30 - Presentation and Q&A

7:30 to 9ish - More snacks and more networking!

About the speaker

Dave Luetger is a UX designer with SJSU Research Foundation at NASAAmes Research Center. He works on software that supports the International Space Station and human spaceflight. Dave has led engineers to success by applying user-centered methods to the complex problems faced by the agency. He believes in meeting people where they are and listening with empathy. Dave also believes government tools should (and can) be inclusive and easy to use. He holds a Master's degree in human-computer interaction from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor's in sociology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.