Dan Lockton: Design with Intent – influencing user behaviour for social benefit
Dan is a research assistant at Brunel University in London, specialising in design for behaviour change for social and environmental benefit. His Design with Intent toolkit is a resource of design patterns for influencing behaviour, drawn from a range of disciplines, that can be used as a brainstorming tool for designers and other stakeholders.
Since 2010 he has been part of a collaboration between More Associates, Brunel and Warwick universities, funded by the Technology Strategy Board, aiming to improve the energy efficiency of workplaces through user-centred design for behaviour change.
Assistant Professor of Design, Carnegie Mellon: people/tech/society | Imaginaries Lab http://imaginari.es @carnegiemellon @cmudesign @cmu_cfa | British🇪🇺 bio from Twitter
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