Organizations can’t fail faster, so now they might finally focus on user-centered design Continue reading on UX Collective »
Trick or treat? Unraveling the UX of Samsung’s secret moon zoom AI
This moon was haunted when she trained her phone’s lens on it. For unbeknown to her the camera had been trained on it already, on countless copy-nights before. The latest thing with memories was that they were built into things and no longer had to be your own… Image by the author. Moon-based UX These beginnings of… Continue reading Trick or treat? Unraveling the UX of Samsung’s secret moon zoom AI
The most important thing productivity tools are missing about AI
Credit: XKCD As the world rapidly adopts new technologies, it’s important to remember that true revolutions don’t happen simply because new technology becomes available. Instead, they occur when societies adopt new behaviors and ways of thinking that fundamentally change the way we live and work. GPT-4 is a prime example of this principle in action.… Continue reading The most important thing productivity tools are missing about AI
AI is about to kill creativity
AI has a massive disruptive quality on the creative sector. Is AI going to benefit us, or will it create a new dark age for innovation? The Aeolipile (left) and the Steam engine (right) on a section of Bosch’s masterpiece The Last Judgment (Wikimedia) In the early first century, the first steam engine was invented… Continue reading AI is about to kill creativity
UX principles for AI products
Photo by McDobbie Hu on Unsplash Unless you’ve been blissfully unplugged for the last few months or so (and if you have been, I’m already jealous), you’re probably hearing a lot about advances in artificial intelligence and all the accompanying excitement, anxiety, buzz, and speculation that comes with it. The atmosphere feels positively electric with… Continue reading UX principles for AI products
Understanding how AI works: the human intelligence enterprise
MIT’s late Patrick Winston’s AI course Continue reading on UX Collective »
Wikipedia redesign, UI spacing tips, copying TikTok’s UX, WE❤️NYC
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. In science fiction, one of the main indications that the characters are living in the high-tech future is an insanely smart, AI voice assistant. Star Trek’s Enterprise had the omnipresent Computer, and Tony Stark famously traded quips with JARVIS (Just A Rather Very Intelligent System) before the AI became… Continue reading Wikipedia redesign, UI spacing tips, copying TikTok’s UX, WE❤️NYC
The cult of AI: why we need to be careful about fanatical language
Enthusiasm and expectations for AI have never been higher, and we’re beginning to sound like a cult. Image by onehalf_onehalf from Pixabay While the Age of AI might have been declared in 1956, recent releases in language algorithms have shaken the public’s understanding of its potential. We’ve been interacting with highly complex data solutions for… Continue reading The cult of AI: why we need to be careful about fanatical language
Exciting New Tools for Designers, March 2023
We have invoicing apps and scheduling tools. Some resources will save you the trouble of hiring a designer or developer. And there are some really helpful testing and prototyping tools. Glaze Glaze is a collection of modern illustrations that are free to download and use. There’s everything from isolated characters to immersive scenes. Rise Rise is an… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, March 2023
When and how will your work be replaced by AI?
And why some jobs will unexpectedly shine tenfold. Is 2030 the end of the road? I won’t keep you waiting. Here is precisely when you will be replaced by an AI application, depending on your field of practice: Chart illustrating a timeline for how we might expect to see fundamental models progress and the associated… Continue reading When and how will your work be replaced by AI?
Design for AI: What should people who design AI know?
It’s 2023 and we are in the early days of artificial intelligence design. We’re certainly not “there” yet (i.e., you’re not running into Commander Data at the bar) but we do have a substantial cadre of narrow AI capabilities sprinkled throughout our daily lives. You can get a computer to schedule meetings for you, answer… Continue reading Design for AI: What should people who design AI know?
AI is a solution in search of a problem
A designer identifies user problems or opportunities and creates desirable, viable and feasible solutions. Recently there have been questions like “How could we use AI, machine learning or GPT3 for something useful?” This leads to a technology-driven project, which is fundamentally different from the typical design process. Photo by Clint Patterson on Unsplash I used… Continue reading AI is a solution in search of a problem
Here to get an AI to write a cover letter for every position you apply to
ChatGPT is Open A.I.’s newest venture into A.I. product offerings. You might’ve heard of Open A.I. last year when they really started off the boom of Text-To-Image A.I. models with DALL·E 2. ChatGPT is a conversational approach to the search engine, and it’s proving a big hit. ChatGPT gained 1 million users in its first… Continue reading Here to get an AI to write a cover letter for every position you apply to
How designers can start using AI at work today
Existing and future use-cases for AI in web and product design Continue reading on UX Collective »
Redesigning Twitter, hierarchy strips, Figma personas, AppleJam
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “As Elon Musk burns down the Twitter we know, will a drastically different user experience emerge from the ashes?” Redesigning a breaking Twitter →By Maximillian Piras Editor picks Gamification gone wrong →Why apps should stop with the streaks.By Ben Davies-Romano I’m a designer at LinkedIn →Here are 4 tips to… Continue reading Redesigning Twitter, hierarchy strips, Figma personas, AppleJam
A radical opinion on ChatGPT
Churn out every idea and then burn it down. We need to talk about ChatGPT. Actually, not just ChatGPT but all AI-powered content development tools. Whether it’s text-to-image AIs, or those capable of generating conversational text, computer code, poetry, and more in response to prompts. Artificial Intelligence has been chipping at creatives for a while, and this… Continue reading A radical opinion on ChatGPT
Twitter layoffs, meeting fatigue, Taylor Swift’s AI, Apple accessibility
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “Any of us could face what our colleagues at Twitter faced yesterday. Some of us already have, and some of us will in the future, especially if you stick around the profession long enough. It’s a good reminder that, whether we realize it or not, we’re in this together. We… Continue reading Twitter layoffs, meeting fatigue, Taylor Swift’s AI, Apple accessibility
AI tools to assist your design and development workflow
The rise of AI has been accompanied by a lot of hype and fear. People are excited that it will completely transform the creative industry, while others are concerned it could replace their job entirely. The reality is that neither of those realities are likely to come about very quickly. We are at the beginning… Continue reading AI tools to assist your design and development workflow
AI’s race to convert your images to 3D and videos: Meta vs. Google
For the first time, text-to-image AI has evolved to video, all out of the box in a matter of seconds. From the Author Can a zebra walk on the surface of the moon alongside an astronaut? Can high rise buildings that are 80 stories in the middle of the Saharan desert sway dangerously? None of… Continue reading AI’s race to convert your images to 3D and videos: Meta vs. Google
Digital humans are here. They sound and look just like us.
Now digital humans are here. They sound and look just like us. Digital humans, AI-powered digital counterparts, are going to change how we interact with the world around us. https://medium.com/media/5d057cb8920f355e7fa126d3cedcac2c/href In 2016 Miquela Sousa, or @lilmiquela, quickly grew to be one of Instagram's top influencers. At a first glance, there is little wrong with the 19-year-old Brazilian-American… Continue reading Digital humans are here. They sound and look just like us.
What I learned while designing my own AI
To what extent do we feel compelled to give them a “human” appearance? See  These solutions are unimaginable until you see them. I am not going to decompose zero-shot and few-shot learning procedures. I will not give you a simple illustration of deep learning or machine learning theory. I do not have a perspective… Continue reading What I learned while designing my own AI
Live chat is one of the most powerful tools for customer experience in the current marketplace. In a world where customers are constantly connected to the online world, online chat is a reliable way of getting quick solutions to common problems. Today’s consumers prefer talking to an agent over chat to calling a contact center,… Continue reading Webdesigner Depot
How Sphere, Meta’s new AI brain, can perform better using UX design
How might we apply affordances and signifiers to the future of AI’s zero-shot learning procedures? Continue reading on UX Collective »
UX principles for AI art tools like DALL·E
Setting a course for better image-generation tools. A composite image made with DALL·E, using the prompt: ‘1980s illustration of a face with a visible brain that’s exploding in shapes and colours’ For the past year, I’ve been experimenting with several AI art image generating systems: VQGAN+CLIP and Diffusion notebooks on Google Colab, Midjourney, a text-based… Continue reading UX principles for AI art tools like DALL·E