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It’s a scale to measure a persons personal attractiveness, but goes well beyond just the obvious physical. A contemporary psychological approach to relationships. website is - dateabilityiq.com Compelling recent research shows an alternate psychology based approach to conventional dating, based around your Dating IQ. The DateabilityIQ app/test will help you find out your Dating IQ. Use it to work out your Dateability IQ and other peoples. Ultimately using it to filter out the wrong people, before taking the plunge of that first date. If you are interested in the alternative concept of working on you from the inside out, and not from the outside in, then find out more on dateabilityiq.com. It’s a scale to measure a persons personal attractiveness, but goes well beyond just the obvious physical. What is the dateability IQ scale ? The dateability IQ takes account of how people instinctively evaluate the opposite sex. Why do i need a dating scale ? To get better at something, you need to have some kind of yardstick to measure your progress against, otherwise you’re shooting in the dark ! “How does it help my dating chances ?” It will highlight your strengths and weaknesses. Allowing you to zoom in on skills you are missing, and apply modern training techniques to improve those skills. How was the scale put together ? The scale uses a multitude of in house techniques, that have been tested by real people in the field. Contributions from traditional and modern psychology, NLP, and social and sexual athropology, have all been put into a dateability IQ engine. The IQ engine then incorporates these principles into hundreds of rules to give you a dateability IQ score. The painstaking part was putting those “real life intuitive instincts” into a system that could turn that into a score. The team at dateability IQ started by painstakingly breaking down what happens at a subconscious level in the real world, into discrete steps, which were later scientifically turned into rules. The rules could then become a score and therefore a measure. Target audience is essentially anyone wanting to improve their social skills. From wanting to use them for dating, business or to make more friends.
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A clickable (google, facebook or similar platforms) banner ad call to action to take the dateabilityIQ test.
120x600 728x90 125x125 Attached are by current logo, and some mock ups I had done upto now. I have included these, but they need not be part of the design. The logo or variant of it may be useful to incorporate into the design as an aid to business recognition as time goes on.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their banner ad.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
DateabilityIQ collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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