framing as a conversion centered design technique



A psychological technique whereby information is presented in a way that “frames” it in a positive or negative light. Framing can be an effective technique for presenting pricing or testimonials; for example, $1/day for software sounds more feasible than $30/month.

“If you must present negative information, framing it as a percentage may mute its impact.” — @rogerdooley
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