A diversity of technologies is increasingly being used to draw people's attention to certain kinds of information in an attempt to change what they do or think. Pop-up ads, warning messages, reminders, prompts, personalized messages, and recommendations are some of the methods that are being deployed on computer screens. Fogg (2003) has labeled this phenomenon persuasive technology; interactive computing systems are deliberately designed to change people's attitudes and behaviors. Traditionally, media such as magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, radio, and TV have been used to persuade people to join a good cause, give up a bad habit, donate money, or buy a product. For example, a picture of a starving child with bulging eyes star...
- Chapter 5: EMOTIONAL INTERACTION
- from INTERACTION DESIGN: beyond human-computer interaction, 3rd Edition
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
- Released: June 2011
persuasive (convincing) technology with examples
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