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I'm simply not here to make another workable design and call it a day. I'm here to breathe life into your dream project.
You see, every design has a story, but the way you tell it makes all the difference.
Contrary to the widely spread belief, people don't buy what you offer because of its utility or low price. Nope.
The reason they actually buy something is because of 'How' it makes them feel.
The key is to appeal to them emotionally.
But how can you make that 'higher' emotional connection with a mere design at your disposal?
Simply put, a whole set of possibilities appear once you take the word 'mere' away.
And the number one approach is to use a set of visually persuading, and ethically correct elements which I call visual-cues.
Cues are everywhere and they are constantly affecting our psychology and the power of decision making - you just have to change how you look at things. Take for instance:
1. The use blazing red in food-chains(particularly the seating area), which is psychologically linked to inducing hunger, results in customers ordering more, and as a result eating more.
2. The clever use of an arrow in the Amazon logo, that also acts as a camouflaged smile, inciting a feeling of trust and security among people, making them more confident about spending money on the platform.
3. Ever grabbed that exotically packed wine only to realise it doesn't taste as good as the packaging boasts of? That's the psychology of persuasion at work, once again.
So, the next time you think its you making the decision - take a closer look and you'll see.
If you would like to have a discussion, drop in a message and I will try to get back to you ASAP.
I will also make sure you don’t have to worry about the confusing CMYK or RGB color modes, or my dog eating up the blueprints.
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