Research into Experiences

The section shows the exploration contexts and methodological input from various applied disciplines.

Observation reveals the true essence of experiences
The art of observation reveals meanings often overlooked. Insight into its role in research and how to learn to use it consciously.
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Imitation not to influence, but for better experiences
How neuroscience has opened new frontiers in understanding the mechanisms of imitation. Evolution of its concept in marketing.
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Wellbeing and efficacy of anti-aging creams: people’s experiences
Anti-aging creams can improve psychophysiological well-being. This is demonstrated by a study that combines objective data and personal experiences of the participants.
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TV commercials and analysis of psychophysiological responses
Psychophysiological analysis of the WINDTRE commercial: lost attention, negative emotional response and low percentage of recall of the promotional offer.
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Mouseflow, usability tests and the importance of listening to people
User experience optimization: Mouseflow and usability tests integrated with listening to people for a complete view and targeted improvements.
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Identify biases in the digital world for a more open and aware mind
Bias in the digital world can influence our decisions. Become aware of it and develop an open mind for a more rational and free life.
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Improving people’s experience with electroencephalogram (EEG)
In this article we will explore how using the EEG can help improve people's experience to make deeper and more meaningful connections.
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How cognitive neuroscience applies in marketing
We want to underline how much neuroscience can help us understand, at a different level, the real element of value: people.
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Usability test: when and why to use think aloud, eye-tracker and GSR
Like Think Aloud, Eye-Tracker and GSR can help understand user behavior and needs, to design successful experiences.
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Usability testing with and without a facilitator: what’s the difference?
We understand why a facilitated usability test can enrich the user experience and business knowledge of your audience.
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Qualitative or quantitative usability tests: what’s the difference?
What is the most suitable type of usability test for a company's needs to obtain high-quality information about the usability of a product/service?
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Sentiment analysis: listening to people online
Knowing how to read and interpret the needs and desires that people express even in the digital context is essential for designing better experiences.
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Predictive models: crystal ball or useful tool for designing the experience of the future?
Functioning of predictive models, and synergy in listening to people's real needs and in the design of quality experiences.
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Sound branding: the experience that passes through sound
Sound branding defines the sonic identity of a brand. Listening experience in the use of products and services impacts on people's experience and perception.
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The role of ChatGPT in designing valuable experiences
What is the role of ChatGPT for designing valuable experiences in future digital communication?
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How brand perception changes depending on cognitive load and emotional intensity during navigation
Our investigation activity regarding the cognitive load of a digital experience, conducted without interruptions and divisions by tasks.
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