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Get Inside Their Heads: How to Use Psychology to Solve UX Problems

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Why aren’t users clicking that big red Donate button you created? Why can’t they complete your online form?

User experience experts Jennifer Romano Bergstrom and John Whalen will explain the psychology of UX. You’ll learn how how users’ brains work, so you can design buttons, forms, and apps they can use. In this interactive session, Jennifer and John will:
-Use real-world examples to illustrate how users perceive and process information
-Explain key principles of psychology that will help you produce better design solutions for UX problems
-Discuss how users’ motivations and emotions affect their online behavior

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Get Inside Their Heads: How to Use Psychology to Solve UX Problems

  1. 1. Get Inside Their Heads: How to Use Psychology to Solve UX Problems John Whalen, PhD Principal, Strategy and User Experience @brlexp @johnwhalen Jennifer Bergstrom, PhD UX Research Leader @forsmarshgroup @romanocog !
  2. 2. Briefly Introducing Brilliant
  3. 3. Research Stakeholder Interviews Field Research Competitor Reviews Expert Reviews Strategy and Ideation Strategy Workshop Design Studio Rapid Prototyping Iterative Refinement UX and Design IA & Flow Interaction Design Concept Realization Visual Design & Branding
  4. 4. Types of Clients 1. Enterprises seeking innovation renewal - Seek more user research - Want strategy and ideation guidance - Need help motivating team 2. Startups seeking professional UX - Need help getting product to launch - Want a more professional user experience
  5. 5. Why Brilliant? ‣ Our expertise in psychology and UX provide a unique blend of: - psychological research (probing for unspoken needs/desires) - user-centered design - design thinking - lean startup - persuasive design ! ‣ We partner with you to develop the internal culture and training that allow you to realize your product and make lasting organizational change.
  6. 6. Thinking about thinking
  7. 7. We use two major thinking systems
  8. 8. System 1: conscious, focused, deliberate
  9. 9. System 2: unconscious, fast, estimates
  10. 10. We don’t experience what is actually out there in the real world.
  11. 11. Cogito ergo sum
  12. 12. 13
  13. 13. 14 (I can’t trust my senses, but I know I exist 
 because of my thoughts.)
  14. 14. http://www.youtube.com/user/Quirkology
  15. 15. We experience our brain’s version 
 of the world.
  16. 16. 17 Oh, you mean like The Matrix ...okay now I got it!
  17. 17. 18 We as UXers underestimate the power of System 2 and don’t take full advantage of it.
  18. 18. How decision making deviates from rationality
  19. 19. 2000 2005 2010
  20. 20. 2005 2010 2014
  21. 21. System 1: conscious, focused, deliberate
  22. 22. System 2: unconscious, fast, estimates
  23. 23. How could we use what we know to be persuasive?
  24. 24. C B A Likeability, Free, Commitment
  25. 25. 26 Intrigue
  26. 26. Aesthetics
  27. 27. 28 Barbeque by the pool Narrative
  28. 28. Where’s the barbeque? Achievement
  29. 29. 30 Authority
  30. 30. Framing
  31. 31. Anchoring
  32. 32. 33 Mimicry
  33. 33. 34 Scarcity, Loss Aversion
  34. 34. 35 Reducing Effort
  35. 35. 36 Creating Ownership
  36. 36. 37 Phew! That’s a lot! Let’s review, shall we?
  37. 37. Likeability – capture them with visuals Free – give something away to ask for return favor Commitment – ask for small commitment to build bigger ones Intrigue – gradually reveal information – make me look Endowment – if I’ve worked harder its more valuable to me Aesthetics – more aesthetically pleasing feels more usable Narrative – tell me a story about how this fits my life Achievement – show me that I've made an accomplishment Reputation – the brand’s reputation counts Authority – official recognition important Social Proof – if everyone else is buying one… Loss Aversion – how do I know I’m not going to lose on the deal? Status Quo – must overcome how things are today w/ shopper Effort – how hard is it to check out? Scarcity – if I might not be able to get one I want it more Loss Aversion – don’t want to lose out on the deal Ownership – let me be in control during the buying process Likeability – capture them with visuals Free – give something away to ask for return favor Commitment – ask for small commitment to build bigger ones Intrigue – gradually reveal information – make me look Endowment – if I’ve worked harder its more valuable to me Aesthetics – more aesthetically pleasing feels more usable Narrative – tell me a story about how this fits my life Achievement – show me that I've made an accomplishment Reputation – the brand’s reputation counts Authority – official recognition important Social Proof – if everyone else is buying one… Loss Aversion – how do I know I’m not going to lose on the deal? Status Quo – must overcome how things are today w/ shopper Effort – how hard is it to check out? Scarcity – if I might not be able to get one I want it more Loss Aversion – don’t want to lose out on the deal Ownership – let me be in control during the buying process
  38. 38. Summary
  39. 39. Phew! That’s a lot! Let’s review, shall we?
  40. 40. We experience our brain’s processing of the world, not just what’s there.
  41. 41. We use two major 
 thinking systems
  42. 42. System 1: conscious, focused, deliberate
  43. 43. System 2: unconscious, fast, estimates
  44. 44. We can only keep track of a few things at a time
  45. 45. Likeability – capture them with visuals Free – give something away to ask for return favor Commitment – ask for small commitment to build bigger ones Intrigue – gradually reveal information – make me look Endowment – if I’ve worked harder its more valuable to me Aesthetics – more aesthetically pleasing feels more usable Narrative – tell me a story about how this fits my life Achievement – show me that I've made an accomplishment Reputation – the brand’s reputation counts Authority – official recognition important Social Proof – if everyone else is buying one… Loss Aversion – how do I know I’m not going to lose on the deal? Status Quo – must overcome how things are today w/ shopper Effort – how hard is it to check out? Scarcity – if I might not be able to get one I want it more Loss Aversion – don’t want to lose out on the deal Ownership – let me be in control during the buying process Then use a number of techniques to persuade our audiences to act.
  46. 46. 47 By making system 2 happy
  47. 47. 48 Thank you!
  48. 48. Research Stakeholder Interviews Field Research Competitor Reviews Expert Reviews Strategy and Ideation Strategy Workshop Design Studio Rapid Prototyping Iterative Refinement UX and Design IA & Flow Interaction Design Concept Realization Visual Design & Branding Thank you! @brlexp | brilliantexperience.com

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