Design: creating, and shaping, by listening to people’s experiences
Meaning of design, combination of beauty and functionality. The aspect of intuition and sensitivity, synergistic with listening and data validation.
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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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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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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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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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Today we know something more about the human being.
Experience marketing is a revolution that puts customer experience first. Design together to achieve common goals.
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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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Why listening to people makes the difference in business
In knowing as much as possible the people to whom the products and services are aimed, a fundamental element is missing, the voice of the people.
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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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TSW at the Master in Business & Management of the University of Padua
TSW at the MBM of the University of Padua: lesson on scientific methodology applied to the cosmetics sector, to test creams and personal care products.
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Eye tracking via webcam: is it really possible?
Is eye tracking via webcam possible? We investigate new technologies related to eye movement mapping.
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The Implicit Association Test (IAT), a tool for studying the relevance of the associative connections of our memory
Today the IAT test is an indispensable tool for brand assessment, which investigates the implicit associations of the user.
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Homo Libertus
The way to regain decision-making freedom, free will, in living one's life, passes through an awareness of a problem, called deprivation of the cultural ego and subjection to three social states that place themselves above the lower layer, the masses.
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Online shopping in the Amazon times…
Shopping online with home delivery: a survey on three organised large-scale distribution brands to understand how Amazon affects our online shopping experiences.
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Does the packaging of a product influence our purchasing decisions?
Packaging design is a fundamental element in determining a purchase: TSW has conducted a study to understand how much it counts in buying organic pasta.
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