Designing Human Behaviors: Part One
UX Planet — Medium | S. Hareessh Prabhu Design Human Behaviors
Before we can get into how we can design human behaviors, being familiar with certain aspects of Cognitive Sciences will enable us to learn how Human Behaviors are formed. While the designs are perceived by our senses (touch, vision, sound), it’s the human brain that processes this information. Now, the way this information is perceived goes hand in hand with the existing human behavioral patterns.
This is where, we as designers, have the responsibility to study and understand the way the human brain is wired so that we can craft pleasurable experiences for our users.
This is Part 1 of a series of blog posts that aims to give a peak into some quirky Cognitive Biases, which could be banked on to improve user engagement, drive more sales and finally, change human behavior.