Our personal technology is becoming more pervasive and persuasive. Critics claim it is addictive, irresistible, and hijacking our brains. Instead of offering another knee-jerk reaction, here’s my take on the peril and promise of persuasive technology.

This is the talk I gave at the 2017 Habit Summit where I discuss and offer solutions for:

  • Stopping unethical design practices.
  • Getting control of tech at work.
  • Dealing with tech distraction throughout the day.

Please let me know what you think in the comments section below.

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NirandFar is about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. I call it "Behavioral Design."

I write to help companies design consumer behavior while educating individuals about behavior change and digital distraction. Feel free to read more about me here.

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