Category Archives: psychology
Jon Hensley looks at real-world examples to illustrate psychology principles in use so that you can begin to use them in your own designs. Source: Improve Your Designs With The Principles Of Similarity And Proximity (Part 1) – Smashing Magazine
Source: Twenty Cognitive Biases That Could Be Helping You Make Bad Decisions | IFLScience
A good, in-depth look at the psychology of reading E-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as such technologies improve, but research suggests that reading on paper still boasts unique advantages Source: The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The … Continue reading
A basic AI algorithm. Very neat.
Source: Architectures brief love affair with psychology is overdue a revival
We’ve adapted our reading habits to fit our screens, but at a cost. Source: Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens | Co.Design | business + design
A great series of articles that give a good overview of Psychology and UX. Gets a bit spiritual later on but good stuff none the less. UX Crash Course: User Psychology from The Hipper Element
If you’ve attended one on my Psychology for Designers workshops you’ll know the psychology behind these techniques. How to Create Visual Relationships With Contrast & Similarity.