(b) Persuasive Psychology for Interactive Design (2-day workshop)
Practical ▪ Scientific ▪ Easy
Our two-day workshop will give you the time you need to learn the science of persuasive design. You’ll learn over 50 persuasive design principles, along with popular design recipes and a number of key theories of persuasive technology. By the end of this workshop, you will have a broad and deep understanding of persuasive design.
On completion, you will understand several persuasive design ingredients and recipes, recognize them, and be able to apply them to your own work.
Our 2-day workshop provides the pacing necessary to confidently absorb the material through a combination of lectures, exercises, group discussions, and a lot of critical analysis of digital technologies and campaigns. Unlike our 1-day course, our 2-day workshop includes persuasive design recipes—such as landing page design, gamification, and social diffusion—along with more implementation advice, such as tips on using optimization techniques to learn what works.
This two-day workshop is ideal for those who wish to invest more time to gain a deeper learning experience or who are new to the topic and want to start from the ground up.
- MODULE 1. The digital revolution and behavior change technology
- MODULE 2. Change and persuasion: It’s part of life
- MODULE 3. What it means to change and how effective it is
- MODULE 4. How people interact with technology
- MODULE 5. Evidence-based design and optimization (in-depth)
- MODULE 6. Auditing the ingredients that make technology persuasive
- MODULE 7. The persuasive communication model
- MODULE 8. Source message
- MODULE 9. Audience factors
- MODULE 10. Media selection impacts
- MODULE 11. Message expression and interpretation
- MODULE 12. Feedback expression and interpretation
- MODULE 13. Audience feedback
- MODULE 14. Social and physical context
- MODULE 15. Exercise: Identifying influence ingredients and recipes
- MODULE 16. Behavior change recipes for digital engagement and selling
- MODULE 17. Exercise: Building persuasive products
- MODULE 18. Building evidence-based products
- MODULE 19. Using research to optimize persuasive impacts
Hard science made easy and practical
Although this is a science-based course, we’ve tailored the content to the needs of working professionals who need to know what works. In this course, Brian has removed the hard science, and presents the content at a conceptual level, with case studies, examples, and practical exercises.
Skills and knowledge you’ll gain
- Build more persuasive websites, social media profiles, ads, and mobile apps
- Identify the factors that make digital technologies persuasive
- Critically assess your existing technologies and identify opportunities to make them more engaging
- Understand how to design more engaging graphics, content, and interactive interfaces
- Explain why one design is better or worse than another, in terms of its potential impact on users
- Possess a pipeline of new ideas on how to improve your current and future digital products
Reverse engineer the factors that make your competitors’ technologies successful. Then build something better!
- Save time and money by applying scientifically validated engagement principles to your next project
Who is this course is for?
This is an intermediate level course. Participants must possess an understanding of online technology and marketing communications principles.
Obtain exclusive resources
By participating, you will get a copy of the Persuasive Design Toolkit, which will give you a competitive advantage. The kit includes:
- All slides used in the training
- Persuasive Design Toolkit (exclusive resource)
- Exercise workbook
- Oversized printouts for exercises
- Templates/wireframes of persuasive architectures
- Certificate of participation for your resume
Your instructor: Brian Cugelman, PhD
Got a question? Give me a shout. Looking forward to speaking.
Call: +1 (416) 921-2055
Email: brian (at) alterspark.com
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What they’re saying about Dr. Cugelman
It re-energized my love for UX!Daniele Rossi, User interface designer and illustrator
Persuasive design course was very engaging from beginning to the end. A lot of good examples and ‘recipes’. The toolkit is very useful when building wireframes. Can’t wait to start applying these theories to my next project!Swidja Nikke, Communications Advisor, Government of Canada, Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
Brian is steeped in both the theory and practical application of persuasive psychology. … Toronto is fortunate to have such a knowledgeable resource as Brian, and I highly recommend his one- or two-day sessions to digital media professionals who want to grow their subject matter expertise in the art and science of persuasive design.Judah J. Gould, UX Specialist - Information Architect
“The persuasive psychology for interactive design course taught me a lot of very valuable techniques to incorporate into my work. I appreciated knowing the science behind it and learning the practical applications.”Christine Harris, Graphic Designer, Konverge Digital Solutions Corporation
“Memorable takeaways included Brian Cugelman’s communication framework… It’s excellent, and I encourage you to contact him directly, or perhaps speak with him at the next WAWTO. It’s absolutely solid.”Christopher Berry, Chief Science Officer, Authintic
Terrific – nice examples, grounded in theory.Gunther Eysenbach, MD MPH Senior Scientist, Professor, and Founding editor of JMIR, University of Toronto
“Enjoying the Psychology of Social Media session with @cugelman. Mirrors a lot of the reading I’ve been doing and adds more. #pcto2012″ and “One of the best presentations at #pcto2012: Social Psychology of Social Media http://t.co/NUYwxxRa via @cugelman”Dave Fleet, Senior Vice President, Edelman
Brian’s presentation was excellent both in the way he presented a complex and timely topic as well as in his presentation technique. Kudos!Robin Macrae, Internet Strategist, Information and Workspace Architect, Workspace Builders
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Terms and conditions
Cancellation and refund policy: Registrants who cancel their reservation 14 calendar day prior to the start date, will receive a 100% refund. Registrants who cancel their reservation 13 to 7 days prior to the start date, can elect to receive a 50% refund or 100% credit towards future training. Registrants who cancel their reservation 6 days prior to the start date, will not be refunded but can elect to receive a 75% credit towards future training. In the case of an emergency, AlterSpark reserves the right to cancel this course up to 7 days prior to the start. If AlterSpark needs to cancel the course, all registrants will receive a 100% refund. AlterSpark will not be held liable for any expenses incurred by registrants.
Licence to use exclusive design resources: All participants will receive exclusive persuasive design resources, including the Persuasive Design Toolkit, which are not available to the public. Each paying participant may use these resources to support commercial or non-commercial projects. All of these tools and resources are copy written and licensed for sharing with up to 4 persons within each participant’s organization. However, usage is subject to these restrictions. The course content and tools may not be reworked, repackaged, rebranded, distributed, or used to build derivative educational products or design resources. Any project or work that makes use of these resources must give credit to the source.
Copyright: All course materials are copy written by Brian Cugelman, PhD and AlterSpark Corp. Participants agree not to rework, repackage, rebrand, distribute, or use the lectures or content to build derivative educational products or design resources. Participants agree not to use any equipment to record the course, through audio or video.