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As well as pre-experience design, you could also think of it as having a role in post-purchase reassurance which I am convinced already exists in a lot of advertising even if people don't admit it.

Great series of posts Russell.

Great post/series.
Actually, that's what I'm trying to tell everybody in the blogosphere for months. For what it's worth, I think you've nailed it.

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