changebehavior

31 Mar 2009 - 2:24pm
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5 years ago
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David B. Rondeau
2003

Using Interaction Design to Change Behavior

Joshua Porter recently had a very interesting post on his blog about
using design to "change, guide, support, elicit, constrict, and
control behavior".
http://bokardo.com/archives/demystifying-interaction-design/

It got me to thinking about *how* interaction design *is being used*
to change behavior. The first example that came to mind was the Wii
Fit. http://www.nintendo.com/wiifit

I recently got a Wii Fit.

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