Have you ever wondered about the power of our human behaviors? How much are they embedded in our daily lives and do designers have power to use this behaviors for human purpose? Today’s article in UX Booth is trying to bring up the discussion about it.
Designing applications to encourage a certain kind of behavior (especially with regards to health) is a rapidly emerging subfield of interaction design. Best practices are constantly evolving. With such a wide range of proven applications – from fitness monitoring wristbands to doctor-patient communication tools – the field is a great source of both inspiration as well as design strategies
Read more about it: Designing for Behavioral Change in Health