Evil by Design: Design patterns that lead us into temptation

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Evil by Design: Design patterns that lead us into temptation

Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Number of pages: 361

Evil by Design takes a tongue and cheek look at how web and application design can be used to exploit psychological principles to persuade us to act. Features include: Examples of evil designs from around the Web; Introduction to the psychology of persuasion; How-to steps to replicate these patterns on your own site.

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