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Neuro Web Design What Makes Them Click? Voices That Matter

Ide to buy a product online? Register at your Web site? Trust the information you provide? Neuro Web Design applies the research on motivation decision making and neuroscience to the design of Web sites You will learn the unconscious reasons for people's actions how emotions affect decisions and how to apply the principles of persuasion to design Web sites that en I've been doing aesthetic utilitarian Web graphic message and print design for years but have never really dug into the psychological nuts and bolts of the craft This book gave me a whole new set of lenses through which to evaluate all of my communication work far beyond the Web Applications are obvious in instructional design print etc In addition to its relevance to my own work I am giving this five stars because regardless of whether it is comprehensive or 100% accurate it delivered a heck of a lot of value and food for thought in a very compact 130 page read I wish authors of technical books would write in this compact narrative style While I love to read and learn at the pace I work I just don't have time to wade through 300 page books and in most cases not starting from scratch I don't need superfluous detail That's what references and appendix are for Less is Highly recommendedRead this online on Safari by the way fewer trees were killed in the creation of this review

Free download Neuro Web Design What Makes Them Click? Voices That Matter

Courage users to clickNeuro Web Design employs neuro marketing concepts which are at the intersection of psychology and user experience It's scientific yet you'll find it accessible easy to read and easy to understand By applying the concepts and examples in this book you'll be able to dramatically increase the effectiveness and conversion rates of your own Web si Not a bad read particularly if you haven't read any psychology books before If you have most of the studies mentioned will be familiar and not a lot is added here Each principle is related back to Web Design but in a simplistic way that hasn't dated well so only the overall message is usefulGive it a skim read if you're looking for fairly scientific approaches to improving website salesengagement

Review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Õ Susan M. Weinschenk

While you're reading Neuro Web Design you'll probably find yourself thinking 'I already knew that' a lot But when you're finished you'll discover that your ability to create effective web sites has mysteriously improved A brilliant idea for a book and very nicely done Steve Krug author of Don't Make Me ThinkA Common Sense Approach to Web UsabilityWhy do people dec This is a decent introduction to persuasive web design If you've already read anything about persuasive technology any recent pop psychology books or just watch a lot of TED talks there probably won't be a lot that is new hereEach chapter consists of a insights derived from psychology and neuroscience followed by a few uick examples The examples felt a bit sparse at times Since this is marketed as a web design book I felt the book would have been better with examples and better explanation of the examples that are already thereConspicuous by its absence is any discussion of the ethics of using some of these techniues but that seem to be the case for many of the book websites and presentations that discuss persuasive technology design


About the Author: Susan M. Weinschenk

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10 thoughts on “Neuro Web Design What Makes Them Click? Voices That Matter

  1. says:

    I'm a little disappointed with this book because i've read from the same author the book 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about People The later was written in 2011 while this one was in 2009 I've started this one because the author refers to it several times in the other book so i thought this one was better and expansive in information I was wrongThis may seem unfair but now that i've read both seems that the one from 2011 is just a better version from this one since there is a lot of repeated text It's like a second edition but with another name So if you already read 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about People don't lose time reading this one If you are in doubt which one to buy don't buy this one If you've read this one but didn't read 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about People go ahead and read it because it's better but be prepared to skip pages of repeated text and only buy it if you find in on a discounted price


  2. says:

    This is a decent introduction to persuasive web design If you've already read anything about persuasive technology any recent pop psychology books or just watch a lot of TED talks there probably won't be a lot that is new hereEach chapter consists of a insights derived from psychology and neuroscience followed by a few uick examples The examples felt a bit sparse at times Since this is marketed as a web design book I felt the book would have been better with examples and better explanation of the examples that are already thereConspicuous by its absence is any discussion of the ethics of using some of these techniues but that seem to be the case for many of the book websites and presentations that discuss persuasive technology design


  3. says:

    Susan's book on psychology applied to web design is easy to read and packed with information Having already read through Stephen P Anderson's Mental Notes card deck which is partly based on this book I was already familiar with many of the concepts presented by Susan There are sufficient citations to give this book credibility even though it doesn't read like an academic publication Susan covers persuasion social validation the power of storytelling reciprocity scarcity choice and psychological principles I also recommend you read BJ Fogg's Persuasive Technology and Noah Goldstein's Yes 50 secrets from the science of persuasion


  4. says:

    Though the purpose of the book is uite interesting I find the content pretty basic and the examples not very elucidative It is a interestig read for those tryin to get their head started on he subject of psychology applied to design but I would take it all with a grain of salt for the concepts and techiniues are uite sensitive and although they can help you drive a effective design from a business standpoint it might as well harm the user experience and the product brand by following deceptive approaches to convert usersThe book is a light reading and can be finished in just a couple of hours but the paperback format just all New Riders books has an extremely fragile cover which is bad for on the go readersFor a better start on how the mind operates and how we can take advantage of it while still maintaining an ethic behavior I would rather recommend How We Decide Predictably Irrational and The Invisible Gorilla


  5. says:

    The book contains a good dozen of guidelines on how to create effective and engaging web sites What I liked the most from the book though were not the guidelines but the nice explanation and examples of the theory and scientific experiments behind them The author cites previous research in psychology and behavioral studies you may already know some of these as I did and from this research draws conclusions on what could be done in a web site in order it to have greater influence over the users' conscious and subconscious decisions When you know the background the recommendations themselves could sound a little bit naive but because of the cited research you know what the end goal is and how to achieve is your choiceSo this is a really good book on design and I would recommend it strongly


  6. says:

    I've been doing aesthetic utilitarian Web graphic message and print design for years but have never really dug into the psychological nuts and bolts of the craft This book gave me a whole new set of lenses through which to evaluate all of my communication work far beyond the Web Applications are obvious in instructional design print etc In addition to its relevance to my own work I am giving this five stars because regardless of whether it is comprehensive or 100% accurate it delivered a heck of a lot of value and food for thought in a very compact 130 page read I wish authors of technical books would write in this compact narrative style While I love to read and learn at the pace I work I just don't have time to wade through 300 page books and in most cases not starting from scratch I don't need superfluous detail That's what references and appendix are for Less is Highly recommendedRead this online on Safari by the way fewer trees were killed in the creation of this review


  7. says:

    Very easy reading material about the fascinating relationship between the different areas of the brain and their reactions to information presented in different ways especially within a website environment As both a web designer as well as a lover of psychology I found the parts regarding human behaviour particularly intriguing The book is split up into manageable chunks which makes reading on the go a pleasure and much like social genius Dale Carnegie she thoughtfully summarises each chapter as well The book would have scored 5 stars except that I didn't care for the unnecessary evolution plugs Treating theories as provable fact has a danger of casting doubt on the objectivity used with the other information presented Regardless I'd recommend this book for anyone that has a good productservice and an attractive website but still has sales challenges


  8. says:

    More of a book about how to sell people stuff than how to design a website but I guess that's what websites are about mostly these days It was pretty interesting learning about how the 3 parts of the brain pre frontal cortex responsible for reasoning cortex responsible for emotion and brain stem responsible for our survival all work together to help us make decisions The primitive brain stem is sometimes uicker and has influence on our decision making than we think Lots of insights here into persuasion I love this kind of stuff


  9. says:

    Not a bad read particularly if you haven't read any psychology books before If you have most of the studies mentioned will be familiar and not a lot is added here Each principle is related back to Web Design but in a simplistic way that hasn't dated well so only the overall message is usefulGive it a skim read if you're looking for fairly scientific approaches to improving website salesengagement


  10. says:

    Short and very concise It makes the point straight and without redundant wordage For someone like me who had no idea about psychology it was a perfect starter It gets one star short of five though because there's next to nothing about web design in it just explaining how peopleuserswould be customers work


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