Third in a series of Psychology Myth Busting.
Second in a series of Psychology Myth Busting.
The first in a series of four posts busting some psychology myths.
A workshop on applying psychology theory to design and user experience.
November 3rd to 5th 2014.
Psychology provides a framework for understanding how your users think and behave. In this article I give an overview of how people think, how the brain works to help you design better. I’m really please with the article in .net. (Creative Bloq have link baited the title slightly). Using psychology to make your designs better
I ran a workshop and presented at Smashing Conference 18 – 19th March 2014.
Design is all about people. Understanding psychology gives us powerful tools. We should use them responsibly.
Last weekend saw me running the latest UXBootcamp. Cognitive Psychology & UX. When Leisa Riechart first asked me to do I have to admit it made me a little nervous. There is so much psychology theory and application isn’t as easy as it may seem.
I’m pleased to have been asked to present the next UX Bootcamp on Cognitive Psychology. The idea behind UX Bootcamp is to offer practical training for UX professionals.