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Wednesday Briefing - behaviorXproduct (BXP)

Wednesday Briefing - behaviorXproduct (BXP)
By Rohit Kaul • Issue #21 • View online
Hello,
Welcome to another issue of Wednesday Briefing by behaviorXproduct, your one stop guide to some of the best content from the behavior science meets product design space. Here’s a special shout out to the 100 new readers who joined us last week 🎉.
In this issue we cover a wide variety of topics such as encouraging healthy eating, preventing shop vandalism at scale, solving climate change problem, writing better headlines, deconstructing experience as a sum of peak experience & last experience and making better ‘sign laws’ for internet.
So let’s dive in but before that if you were forwarded this email, please do consider joining 1700+ smart product designers, behavior scientists and marketing professionals who read BXP every Wednesday in their inboxes by clicking here.
thanks,
Rohit

State of Mind
Just got over with the Diwali weekend in India. Diwali is one of the biggest Indian festivals with lots of celebrations, light and of course… sweets! ☺️
Photo by Wojtek Mich on Unsplash
Photo by Wojtek Mich on Unsplash
TLDR
Inside Google's Efforts to Engineer Its Food for Healthiness
Inspiration for the week ahead
How Babies' Faces on Shop Doors Can Reduce Crime: With Tara Austin (Podcast)
Can Behavioral Science Save The World? feat. Samuel Salzer (Video)
The internet needs some basic sign laws by Kristen Berman
16 Proven Headline Formulas to Entice Your Readers
In Case You Missed It
🎧 So cute I could eat it up – What The Research Podcast
Be Short of the Week
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