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November 15, 2013

Persuasive Psychology for Interactive Design (1-day crash course)

ABOUT

If you want to design digital technologies that are more engaging, but don’t have a lot of time to study persuasive design, then this one-day intensive crash course is for you. During this one-day course, Brian Cugelman, PhD will cut to the chase, teaching you over 40 persuasive design principles and help you internalize them with clear visual examples, workbook exercises and group activities. You will learn how to critically assess the persuasive design features of websites, social media profiles, and mobile apps, showing you how to make your own technologies more engaging.

This one-day course is suitable for those who do not have the time for the full two-day workshop, and who would rather gain the most learning in the least time. To fit all this content into one day, your registration fee includes a continental breakfast, coffee, and lunch.

Register now. Space is limited and we offer early bird pricing.

LOCATION

University of Toronto Faculty Club
University
M5S 1C7 Toronto, Ontario
Canada

DATE

November 15, 2013

ORGANIZED BY

AlterSpark

CONTACT INFORMATION

(416) 921-2055

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