Concrete nutrition labels convey much more than abstract ones

Description and Key take-away(s) The German consumer interest group Verbraucherzentrale Hamburg uses the Choice Architecture tool Concreteness to convey nutritional information in a much more efficient way than abstract nutritional labels do. An example for Nutella below, with ingredients in German (but anyone gets the point…) Comments Really [...]

Concrete nutrition labels convey much more than abstract ones 2017-02-21T00:02:16+11:00

Printing flat screen TVs on side of bike packages reduces delivery damage by up to 80%

Interested in more Case Studies? Find them all here. Key take-away(s) A bike manufacturer had consistently high damage rates to their bike deliveries, resulting in costly returns and replacement and unsatisfied customers. They tested printing the image of huge flat-screen TV on the packages to reduce the damage rate. Results [...]

Printing flat screen TVs on side of bike packages reduces delivery damage by up to 80% 2016-09-21T15:55:46+11:00

Text messages sent when blood donors’ blood is used

Description and Key take-away(s) A local county in Sweden wanted to increase blood donations. They tested sending a text message to a previous donor whenever the blood donated is used for a patient. This is a very nice and powerful way of both increasing the incentives for a [...]

Text messages sent when blood donors’ blood is used 2017-01-12T14:28:20+11:00

Increase Concreteness to increase impact of elements

Interested in more Behavioral Tools? Find them all here. When designing a message, regardless of the media used, if you want to increase the impact an information or element has on an agent, then try to increase its Concreteness. In practice, that usually means, among other things: using pictures or [...]

Increase Concreteness to increase impact of elements 2016-09-20T17:02:24+11:00