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Title: Persuasive technology and digital design for behaviour change
Authors: Lockton, D
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Social Science Research Network
Citation: Working Paper, Paper ID: 2125957, Aug 2012
Abstract: The convergence of the 'digital' and 'real' worlds has been rapid and transformative of everyday life, as well as design practice - to the extent that talking about 'digital design' and 'the digital context' seems anachronistic and redundant. Nevertheless, the arrival of digital technology, the Internet and social media has, from a design perspective, created a new field of a ffordances, constraints, information flows and possibilities. This paper reviews some of the ways in which digital architecture infl uences behaviour, and what the implications could be for designers seeking to infl uence behaviour for social and environmental bene fit. Topics covered include Persuasive Technology, gami fication, Lessig's 'Code is Law' perspective, digital rights management and Zittrain's concept of generativity.
Description: Copyright @ 2012 Social Science Research Network
URI: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2125957
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