17-18 March 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Psychology for Digital Behavior Change [P2]
2-day foundational workshop (17-18 March 2016)
Over two days, Dr. Cugelman will show you how to recognize and apply over 50 principles of persuasive design psychology, as well as processes for auditing and improving digital technologies. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to reverse engineer the persuasive design strategies driving the world’s most successful websites, social media, and mobile apps.
Our training is science based, but offers simple and effective principles that work, with clear visual examples and hands-on exercises that will not only reinforce your learning but also your ability to apply them.
Who this workshop is for
This course is designed for digital professionals who want guidance on science-based design and industry best practices. This course is ideally suited to:
“Great workshop! I enjoyed the training and it was very useful. We will start implementing some of the ideas in our projects.”
-Alex Aranda, Senior User Experience Designer, Samsung Electronics
“Participants at any level of digital marketing expertise will get value out of this class.”
-Emily Stone, Senior Partner Marketing Manager, Microsoft
“Brian really helped with illustrating persuasive design concepts and will help drive design decisions in the future.”
-Robert Hendry, Product & User Experience Leader, Salesforce.com Inc
“This workshop helped me to gain more insight into becoming a better UX designer. The page audits are tremendous and the toolkit is something I will use on a daily basis.”
-Czara de la Llana, Senior Interaction/UX/UI Designer, Yellow Pages
“This course was exactly what I was looking for. While I am familiar with the tools and tactics used in digital marketing I now have more insight to WHY we use/implement them.”
-Rochelle Skywarok, Digital Marketing Strategist and Investor Relations, Kin Communications
Our Toronto workshop are special
With our new training facilities in Kensington Market, we’re running our Toronto workshops with a smaller, more intimate class size.
Also, we’re throwing in full catering at no extra cost, with all food sourced from local vendors in Kensington Market, subject to Dr. Cugelman’s culinary approval. We’ll provide both carnivore and vegie/vegan options.
Our Toronto workshops always sell out. Space is limited.
Limited class size
We keep our class size small, to ensure that you enjoy a great learning environment. Since our classes are limited, we recommend that you reserve your spot as soon as possible. If the class is full, please join our waitlist and we'll notify you if a ticket becomes available.
Guarantees, Terms and Conditions
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I ran my first online social change campaign in 1998, which launched my career in digital behavior change. As a practitioner, I’ve run and evaluated numerous online project and campaigns for the United Nations, corporations, non-profit organizations, health agencies, and small businesses. As an academic, I completed a PhD in digital behavior change, and published my findings in the world’s top scientific e-health journal.
As a teacher I’ve trained over 500 companies on digital influence, including well known firms, such as Samsung, Salesforce, Microsoft, PayPal, and even Pentagon invited me to educate them on digital psychology. I also teach at York University.
Finally, I've spent several years developing this workshop into the best possible training on the subject. You'll enjoy a down-to-earth and fun vibe, combined with deep learning, and lots of hands on exercises. Reach out if you have any questions.
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100% satisfaction guarantee
We’re so confident you’ll love our workshop, that we’re offering a 100% refund to anyone who wishes to withdraw. To qualify, simply return all your training materials and notify your instructor by the end of the lunch break on the first day. That’s pretty much it. Read the details.