As mentioned here, I’ve finally got round to putting a survey online to capture some people’s experiences with using the Design with Intent cards. A few people have already very kindly filled in prototype versions of these questions in different contexts. So, if you’ve downloaded […]
It’s been a very very very busy year, and that’s my main excuse for not blogging for far too long. There are many interesting people, interesting things and ideas and opportunities, and unresolved thoughts that need to be talked about, but haven’t been. And many […]
I haven’t blogged for a couple of months, which is not unusual, but I always feel I owe loyal readers an explanation! Primarily, I’ve been so wrapped up in PhD-related work (now in my final year, and desperately trying to get the thing finished by […]
The deadline’s fast approaching (mid-day 17th Dec) for the UK Technology Strategy Board‘s ‘User-centred design for energy efficiency in buildings’ competition [PDF] – there’s an introduction from Fionnuala Costello here. This is an exciting initiative which aims to bring together (in a 5-day ‘sandpit’) people […]
Design for Conversion: The Mobile Edition – taking place on 11th of December in Amsterdam – looks like a great conference. Organised by Arjan Haring, it’s described as “a mashup of persuasive design, principles of persuasion and evidence based marketing” and brings together user experience […]
On 1st October I’ll be talking about How to influence user behaviour: Design with Intent at the Design for Persuasion event in Brussels, alongside some great speakers including BJ Fogg, Richard Sedley and Christel De Maeyer. There are still some last-minute tickets available. Here’s a […]
Over on the Design & Behaviour list/group, Jamie Young of the RSA has started a discussion about the UK’s ‘smart meter’ plans, on which the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is running a consultation.