Tag Archives: psychology
Some useful stuff from Google Google I/O 2013 – Cognitive Science and Design (by GoogleDevelopers) “This session will provide an in-depth look at human perception and cognition, and its implications for interactive and visual design. The human brain is purely … Continue reading
Here’s all the stuff from the Psychology for Designers workshop Dave Ellender and I ran at Future of Web Design in May. Slides & notes (PDF 22Mb) Handouts (PDF 3Mb) Links to all the studies we talked about are on … Continue reading
A great set of videos from experts in human emotion. Highlights include: -What is an emotion? -Emotion and judgment -Pleasure and reward in the brain -Emotion and cognition There are loads to look through. Experts in Human Emotion video series
This research suggests that there is a complicated relationship between mood and persuasion. We are driven to pay attention to information that is inconsistent with our current mood. In a positive mood, we pay careful attention to arguments that disagree … Continue reading
“Academics found that bike racks where the poster was present had 62% fewer thefts than the previous year, while those without the poster saw thefts rise by 63%.” Eye Poster Puts Off Bike Thieves It’s all in the eyes.