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Design for Action 2016!
October 26, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Reserve your space now for the 3rd annual Design for Action Conference in Chicago! Join the top behavioral researchers and practitioners in the field to discover new ways of applying behavioral economics and psychology to product- and policy-making. You will learn how to increase your services’ or products’ adoption, usage, and real-life impact as well as how to leverage behavioral insights to meet your personal and professional goals. Whether you are new to behavioral design or have been applying it for years, Design for Action is a great opportunity to expand your network and to learn about cutting edge work in the field.
Our “First Mover” tickets are almost sold out! These are the most heavily discounted tickets we’ll offer. Claim yours now at http://www.action-design.org.
Learn from Experts in the Field
From FitBit to FinTech, from school cafeterias to domestic policy, it is clear that Behavioral Economics — and behavioral science more broadly — has wide-reaching applications. Be part of an exclusive group that learns from:
• Researchers like Brian Wansink, Director of the famed Cornell University Food and Brand Lab and author of Mindless Eating
• Product Developers like Bo Ren of Instagram and Tumblr
• Practitioners like Kevin Brilliant, Business Strategy & Analytics Manager for the Chicago Bulls
Here are the dates:
Oct. 25 Afternoon – Workshop (Add-on with very limited space)
Oct. 26 Full Day – Design for Action Conference 2016
Many thanks to Morningstar, Inc. and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology for sponsoring us!
See you there!
More about Action Design:
The Action Design Network, a non-profit of over ten thousand practitioners and researchers around the world, explores the use of behavioral economics and psychology in the design and development of policies and products that help people take action to improve their lives. It consists of researchers, designers, product managers, entrepreneurs, developers, economists, marketers, and many others who are passionate about behavioral science and the intersection of technology (UI / UX, data science), psychology (behavioral economics, positive psychology), and advocacy.