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Dan Ariely, our brains and dark patterns

The other week I attended a private corporate event featuring author and researcher on behavioural economics Dan Ariely as the keynote speaker. His talk revolved around our intuition, brain illusions and decision making when facing complicated situations [as a side note, the word complexity was used by the author many times to illustrate what I … Continue reading

When timing kills the message

Christmas festivities have almost ended and so has 2010. As a new year approaches, the pressure of finishing projects and communicating results builds up. And if the words “key performance indicators” rings a bell than you know what I’m talking about. In this rush to “ship things” (using the wording of Seth Godin), we often … Continue reading