Behavioral Solution Design

Though each context and program is unique, we draw on our team’s experience and the behavioral science literature to identify interventions that are likely to work and that make sense for a partner organization and its participants. At each phase of our approach, we follow the data where they lead and work with end users and their experiences in mind. We are particularly adept at working within the resources partners have and designing solutions to fit naturally with existing procedures and relationships.

We take a multidisciplinary, creative approach that employs behavioral science research, human-centered design and design thinking techniques, collaborative brainstorming processes, data-driven solutions, learning cycles, and evidence-based implementation approaches. We ensure that the solutions we create are both innovative and achievable, and then evaluate whether those solutions are making a difference through rigorous evaluations.

Effective Communications Checklist

Getting Your Message Across with the Effective Communications Checklist

The Effective Communications Checklist helps programs use findings from our projects that applied behavioral science to improve program notices, reminders, and encouragements. This checklist focuses on three key goals of any communication: information, motivation, and action.
Elevating the Voices of Program and Service Participants

How CABS Incorporates Users' Perspectives

The CABS approach to problem-solving covers a wide range of engagement strategies to elevate the perspectives of end users. Learn about some examples from our projects.
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