Exploring problem-framing through behavioural heuristics\ud

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Lockton, Dan; Harrison, David; Cain, Rebecca; Stanton, Neville A.; Jennings, P. A.;
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Design for behaviour change aims to influence user behaviour, through design, for social or environmental benefit. Understanding and modelling human behaviour has thus come within the scope of designers ’ work, as in interaction design, service design and user experienc... View more
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