At a conference presentation last week (see Neuromarketing in Montreal), I made the point that the most important frontier for neuromarketers may be product design. Why struggle to make ads more appealing when you could be making the product itself more appealing by tapping into the consumer’s true feelings and reactions? According to a WIRED.com report by Bryan Gardiner, it looks like frog design’s Harmut Esslinger and other mainstream designers might concur. […]
Neuroscientists using fMRI brain scans have shown that people pereceive different tastes depending on their expectations. Marketers can use this data to show the importance of advertising, packaging, and other factors that affect product perception.