A guide to creativity

Some good tips to improve creativity. 

A guide to creativity

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Why would anyone sign up for such a raw deal? Research in psychology can help explain how payday lenders command such a powerful – and toxic – appeal. Payday lenders profit from people’s tendency to discount the future: distant rewards are worth less than immediate ones.

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8 secrets writers use to trick the smartest readers into reading their writing

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Science proves haters gonna hate.

Some people are just downers.

Science proves haters gonna hate.

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Poor data, secret analysis, and logical errors: Does Neuromarketing work?

“The poor data and shoddy logic behind a hyped business boom.”

Basically, no. Couldn’t agree more.

Poor data, secret analysis, and logical errors: Does Neuromarketing work?

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The psychology of stuff and things

(PDF) Why we love our things. Great insights for product designers.

The psychology of stuff and things

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The Perfect Workspace (According to Science)

The spaces we occupy shape who we are and how we behave. Make that perfect design space and your designs will be better.

The Perfect Workspace (According to Science)

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The Guardian launch a new psychology and neuroscience blog.

(via Introducing the Guardian’s new psychology blog, Head Quarters | Pete Etchells, Molly Crockett, Nathalia Gjersoe and Chris Chambers | Science | theguardian.com)

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Science is not the Enemy of the Humanities

Creatives of the world embrace science. A great essay from Steve Pinker

Science is not the Enemy of the Humanities

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Over the last few years there has been a trend of using psychology to influence, nudge, coerce and sometimes trick people into doing something they may not otherwise do.

Quoting myself from an article in this month’s Digital Arts Magazine.

UX secrets revealed – Features – Digital Arts

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