Design Pattern #20 : Exaggeration

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Prathamesh Krisang

Prathamesh Krisang

Filmmaker turned Growth Marketer turned Behavioral Designer

We all love exaggeration. Whether its a child throwing tantrums in a supermarket because you refused to buy a chocolate or a politician convincing common man, how bad the opposing candidate is, or how good they are.

Because in our day to day boring lives, exaggeration catches our attention. And when done right, it converts. 

HappyDent had to stop running their famous “Dikha Battisi” ad because they needed time to setup more factories to fulfill the demand. One of the classic examples in advertising that uses Exaggeration perfectly.

Swipe to see some Real World Examples and how you can use it.

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– Design Pattern # 17 : Visual Fusion
– Design Pattern # 18 : Social Proof
– Design Pattern # 19 : Content Inside Product

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– Design Pattern # 20 : Exaggeration

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Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Why use it?
When you want to highlight specific aspects of your product that might go unnoticed, use Exaggeration Design Pattern
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
When should you use it?
When you want your customer to know about,
A specific feature of the product
Importance of your product in customer's life in a particular moment
Show what your product stands for
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception
Design Pattern #20 : Exaggeration
Persuasive Design Pattern #20 : 
Exaggeration

🧠 Design Patterns That Influence Human Perception

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