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Credibility is currency with online audiences. By knowing how concepts like social proof ("if other people do it, so can I") and authority affect your audience or customers, you can build your credibility and influence their behavior. Dive into this course to learn more, and start putting these concepts to work for you.
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>> Hello, I'm Chris Nodder. Welcome to Persuasive U-X, creating credibility. In this course, we'll focus on a set of persuasive design patterns, that rely on the credibility of the persuader to change people's behaviors. It's curious how much of our behavior is governed by what we see other people doing, and how we respond to people in positions of authority. The persuasive techniques we'll cover in this course rely on concepts such as social proof, the idea that, if other people are doing something, it must be acceptable.
And credibility, the trust we put in people who claim to know what's going on. I'm sure you'll find some interesting ideas in this course, so let's get started.
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