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Behavior change through design

Behavior change through design: Learning Design for Sustainability
Behavior change through design: Learning Design for Sustainability

Scott Boylston explains how important designing for behavior change is because the user stage is where many negative ecological impacts occur. he explains how consumer habits can be altered in large or small ways by sharing two examples of design for behavior change, like the BJ Fogg model.

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Design Design Business

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