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DesignUp 🚀 Issue #45 > Psychology, Gestalt

Cognitive overload, cognitive bias, perception, isolation effect, proximity, grouping and more. Psych

DesignUp 🚀

June 19 · Issue #45 · View online
💥 UpLevel and PowerUp with top Ux & Design tips, insights, actionables, inspiring talks, events & more 🖖 Curated by @jdallcaps

Cognitive overload, cognitive bias, perception, isolation effect, proximity, grouping and more. Psychology and Gestalt concepts that have snaked into and become part of a designers’ work and vocabulary. A quick peek into what they mean for UX designers. And how to use these (plus many more frameworks) effectively to solve the user’s problems, change and challenge perceptions. Plus…
📢 Announcing the first of our DesignUp Conference speakers for 2017!

The Psychology Principles Every UI/UX Designer Needs to Know
The Importance of Cognitive Bias in Experience Design
Designing for the Appearance of Speed
Via @Mobify
Via @Mobify
Are You Solving the Right Problems?
DesignUp speaker announcement!
We’re delighted to announce that Alysha Naples will be speaking at DesignUp 2017. Alysha is one of the early tinkerers in the AR/VR space—seeing, sensing, creating and consulting across this new, rapidly evolving frontier. In addition, we’re still discussing a possible workshop!
As a kid, Alysha Naples wanted to be an astronaut, a dinosaur or a Solid Gold dancer. Instead, she studied design, moved to San Francisco, and became obsessed with technology, interaction, and experience. Until recently, she was Magic Leap’s Senior Director of User Experience and Interaction, a position which felt a lot like going back to kindergarten and getting a PhD at the same time. 
🎙 @alyshanaples will be speaking at @DesignUpConf
🎙 @alyshanaples will be speaking at @DesignUpConf
Until next week,
@JDallcaps 🖖
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