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To hear Dave Snowden talk at Design Thinking Ireland was to be treated to an avalanche of fascinating and deeply interconnected ideas like no other. The talk also seriously overwhelmed my sketchnoting abilities.

Article by David Hall
Chaos, Derrida and Pigeons: Things I Learnt From Dave Snowden
  • The article covers a talk Dave Snowden gave at Designing Thinking Ireland telling about his developed Cynefin framework — a powerful decision-making framework that attempts to give us tools to absorb uncertainty, create resilience, and thrive in a complex world.
  • The authors unpacks the following ideas:
    • Consciousness is a distributed function
    • Dark chocolate consumption and Nobel laureates
    • Derrida and aporia
    • Distributive ethnography
    • Embracing ambiguity
    • Exaptation
    • Falcon and the pigeon
    • Frozen Two and the adjacent possible
    • Order, complexity, and chaos
    • Sense-making
    • Triopticon
    • Wisdom of Crowds
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Zoom has seen massive success over the last few years. However, some of its issues can make the overall experience pretty clunky and odd at times. Find out what are those in the article below.

Article by Adam Fard
Zoom UX Review: 8 Ways To Make The App Better
  • The article covers some issues in Zoom product’s overall experience and some user needs that the author believes to be still unmet.
  • The list of Zoom’s issues to be improved:
    • Starting an instant meeting
    • Opening Zoom links
    • Endless scroll
    • When someone requests to join the call
    • Look and feel
    • Weird way to be logged in as a host
    • Integration with desktop and collaboration
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Zoom UX Review: 8 Ways To Make The App Better

Learn ways user experience research can help build responsible AI applications.

Article by Celine Lenoble
How User Experience Research (UXR) Cam Help Build Responsible AI Applications
  • UXR reveals the myriad of intended and unintended effects of apps on people’s life — and help build more ethical AI
  • The author talks about:
    • How to assess the impact of ML-apps on users and meet AI ethical standards?
    • Ethics in AI
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How User Experience Research (UXR) Can Help Build Responsible AI Applications?

With ML facing so many users, there is a case to approach the conception and design of ML-powered applications from a UX research perspective. Read more to find out.

Article by Celine Lenoble
How Can User Experience Research (UXR) Help Build Users Trust in AI Systems and Increase Engagement?
  • The article covers the conception and design of ML-powered applications from a UX research perspective.
  • The author unpacks the following ideas:
    • Machine Learning and Real Users
    • Machine Learning and The Theory of Machine
    • Mental Models and User Engagement with Machine Learning Apps
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How Can User Experience Research (UXR) Help Build Users Trust in AI Systems And Increase Engagement?

Tips on how to design for the blind.

Article by Oscar Gonzalez
Design for the Blind

The author explains how to design for people using Assistive Technologies and offers 5 tips.

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When less is usually — but not always — more

 

Article by Ed Orozco
Balancing Cognitive Load and Discoverability
  • The author explains how reducing cognitive load helps user interfaces seem easier to use.
  • The article covers:
    • Information Architecture & Cognitive Load
    • Staggered vs Flat Information Hierarchies
    • The case for a flat hierarchy
    • The case for a staggered hierarchy
  • Balancing cognitive load and information density requires a lot of skill and deep knowledge of your customer.
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