Vision and Attention, Sense of Location, Language, Memory, Decision Making, and Emotion.

Regardless of whether someone is using a digital product or doing any other activity, there will always be a lot of cognitive processes going on in people’s minds. To understand complex neural and psychological activities easier, John Whalen proposes Six Minds of the User Experience: Vision and Attention, Sense of Location, Language, Memory, Decision Making, and Emotion.

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Vision, Attention, and Automaticity


Videos and podcast about Psychology and User Experience

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Design From Human, the Youtube channel.
Design From Human, the Youtube channel.
Design From Human, a Youtube channel about Psychology applied to User Experience Design.


Overview of Cognitive Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction

UX is much about how users find and consume content, and understanding the cognitive processes and nuances users go through when finding and consuming content is important to architecting an ideal experience.

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The Visceral, Behavioral, and Reflective levels

Despite all the technological advancements over the years, the workings of the human mind still remain extremely complex and difficult to understand.

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The Visceral Level


Introduction to Psychology in UX Design

Most designs are meant to be used by people. Thus, how would designers be able to design good products without understanding them?

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Introduction to Psychology in UX Design

How to apply Psychology to Design? What principles of Psychology are important for designers to achieve a better user experience?

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Design From Human

I show you how to design for how people think — by Rian Dutra | Also watch me on Youtube 📺 https://bit.ly/dfhyoutube

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