|
1 minute reading

Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over

Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over
Font size
A
12 24 17
A

In Fogg’s course, (Tristan Harris) studied the psychology of behavior change, such as how clicker training for dogs, among other methods of conditioning, can inspire products for people. For example, rewarding someone with an instantaneous “like” after they post a photo can reinforce the action, and potentially shift it from an occasional to a daily activity.

Comments are small addendum used to provided quick feedback. They are intentionally limited in size and formatting.


Please enter a value.

Your example


Please enter a value.
Similar articles
Categories:
Business
As technology progresses, people with human abilities will be the most valuable people in our world As technology progresses, people with human abilities will be the most valuable people in our world
Artist unknown via Pinterest

As technology takes over more of our work while simultaneously changing us and the way we relate to one another, the people who master the human abilities that are fading all around us will be the most valuable people in our world.

| Approved
Categories:
Business
Focus is saying no Focus is saying no
Author unknown via Pinterest

Focus is saying no to 1,000 good ideas.

| Approved
Category:
Society
Ads that provoke are the ones you remember Ads that provoke are the ones you remember
American Apparel Ad

When I design online ads for American Apparel, I almost always look for an angle that will provoke. Outrage, self-righteousness, and titillation all work equally well. Naturally, the sexy ones are probably those you remember most, but the formula worked for all types of images. Photos of kids dressed up like adults, dogs wearing clothes, ad copy that didn’t make any sense—all high-valence, viral images. If I could generate a reaction, I could propel the ad from being something I had to pay for people to see (by buying ad inventory) to something people would gladly post on the front page of their highly trafficked websites.

| Approved
Categories:
Business
The last effort to any task requires the most work The last effort to any task requires the most work
tomaszmro

The last 10% is 90% of the work

| Approved
Category:
Society
1 minute reading

There may (...) have been something more involved here as well, something even more troubling: the candidate often didn't know what ...

| Approved
Row:Column:
×
Row:Column:
×