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Bingewatch Culture: Netflix, UX and the slow demise of moderation

by Kriti Krishan
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As it stands today, consumption of content is at an all-time high, and it’s on its way upwards.


Infant Netflix: A story


Why you have to watch that new season in one day flat

Binge watching definition
Netflix’s game
Genre algorithm

… or cast

Cast algorithm
The User Experience game
Stranger Things
Post play interference
Your psychology’s game

The risk


Fragmented approaches

post authorKriti Krishan

Kriti Krishan,

Kriti is a UX designer from Mumbai. Psychologist by education, reader & writer by passion, she loves to explore ideas within the intersection of design, business and the human experience.

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