AI in education: a savior or a threat?

Are threats to global education driven by AI or human factors? Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to gain ground in education, the question arises: is AI the hero we’re looking for, or does it pose a potential threat to the future of learning? It’s a captivating subject, given the paramount importance… Continue reading AI in education: a savior or a threat?

How to really understand humans

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Need-to-know theories, frameworks and tools for designers and researchers. Unsplash by Nijwam Swargiary Why it matters The proper study of mankind is the science of design. -Herbert A. Simon As a UX professional, looking deeply into how our minds, emotions, needs and behaviors co-exist can help us translate human insights into designs… Continue reading How to really understand humans

Culture is the Product

Scott Tong Follow May 12 · 8 min read This article originally appeared on TechCrunch on April 4, 2019. Scott Tong is a startup advisor based in San Francisco. Previously he was head of product design at Pinterest, co-founder at IFTTT, and principal designer at IDEO. Follow him @ScottTong on Twitter. Chances are you’ve heard… Continue reading Culture is the Product

International Artist Feature: South Africa

For this article in the international artist series, we turn to South Africa, featuring five illustrators and designers who create fantastic work, from lettering to illustration and more! I asked each artist how their country and culture inspired their work, and they delivered fantastic answers. Enjoy! Pearly Yon Pearly Yon is illustrator Simone Hodgskiss, who runs… Continue reading International Artist Feature: South Africa