Article No. 1788 | July 7, 2020
The lack of cultural competence in conversational AI is a direct correlation to the inherent bias within it’s development.
Article No. 1787 | July 6, 2020
Several times I noticed some of my peers, from Jr. Level to Sr. Level UX Designers, become unhinged by the fact that things weren’t going how they hoped or expected.
Article No. 1786 | July 2, 2020
These past weeks, I’ve been debating with myself: do I say something or do I stay silent?
Article No. 1785 | July 1, 2020
In building a website for conversions there are two major elements we are looking to convey — trust & personalization.
Article No. 1784 | June 30, 2020
Labelling humans as something as simple as a “user” reduces human beings with complex thoughts, behaviours and actions to single heads interacting with a product.
Article No. 1783 | June 26, 2020
Having diversity on your team means a wide array of perspectives and experiences which lead to greater levels of empathy and understanding of a larger audience.
Article No. 1782 | June 24, 2020
We have gained empathy well, but it’s time to start applying it to meet human needs and desires.
Article No. 1781 | June 24, 2020
With over 40 million users, Venmo has mastered being an application that allows people to easily make payments and requests. However, it lacks group functionality.
Article No. 1780 | June 23, 2020
A disability is a phenomenon reflecting the interaction between features of a person’s body and features of the society in which he or she lives.
Article No. 1779 | June 22, 2020
Our interactions provide personalization algorithms with data, which in turn, provide us with tailored content.
Article No. 1778 | June 19, 2020
As it stands today, consumption of content is at an all-time high, and it’s on its way upwards.
Article No. 1777 | June 18, 2020
A vital part of doing any fixed scope or priced work is the proposal - here's some tips that might help.
Article No. 1776 | June 17, 2020
None of the routes into Design Management are easy, and a lot of them require being in the right place at the right time.
Article No. 1775 | June 16, 2020
Great products aren’t magically conceived. They’re molded over time by observing and understanding people in order to identify core needs and thoughtfully solve for them.
Article No. 1774 | June 15, 2020
If you could travel through time with a single idea from today, which idea would you choose and where would you travel to?
Article No. 1773 | June 12, 2020
Biases often creep into our design decisions. We should avoid such biases and understand the importance of staying neutral while evaluating everyone’s opinion.
Article No. 1772 | June 11, 2020
Things like technology, privacy, or accessibility aren’t plug-and-play components, but a vital part of what makes a service good for users.
Article No. 1771 | June 10, 2020
How can we best prepare our children for the future?
Article No. 1770 | June 9, 2020
What does design thinking mean to a business?
Article No. 1769 | June 8, 2020
Start by noticing problems and inconveniences in your daily life, and the lives of people around you.
Article No. 1768 | June 5, 2020
How do we design together from a distance?
Article No. 1767 | June 4, 2020
The difference between "remove" and "delete," and how to ensure your user understands.
Article No. 1766 | June 3, 2020
The idea of a product that is aesthetically pleasing being one that has a good user experience is a common misconception.
Article No. 1765 | June 1, 2020
A few methods that work well in the world of collaboration.