The latest articles of interest for the Prosocial Design Network, curated from across the web.
For too long, the field has confused its limitations with powerlessness.
Facebook is becoming a bit more like Nextdoor in an effort to boost its groups feature. The only problem is that Facebook appears to be borrowing one of Nextdoor’s more controversial concepts: giving more power to community moderators.
Peter Coleman illuminates how we can break the cycle of mutual contempt and why the political divides that seem so intractable do not have to be.
Nudgestock.co.uk is the can't-miss festival where creativity and behavioural science intersect. It's a day to think differently. The annual festival, curated by Ogilvy Consulting, features a wonderfully eclectic mix of talks and case studies from some of the leading thinkers and practitioners in the worlds of behavioural science, marketing and creativity.
Jigsaw and MIT have published a new study that proves sharing misinformation can be thwarted with a simple UX fix.
After more than two years of testing, today Instagram announced [that]... removing likes doesn’t seem to meaningfully depressurize Instagram, for young people or anyone else, and so likes will remain publicly viewable by default.