Go From Zero to Hero (in Machine Learning)

Who wants to become an expert in machine learning and save more than $800 while you’re at it? You have come to the right place then. We said it before, and we’ll say it again…this is the best time to level up in your life. Professionally and personally. In terms of professional development, getting this… Continue reading Go From Zero to Hero (in Machine Learning)

5 Ways to Improve User Experience with Machine Learning

Hollywood filmmakers love to present artificial intelligence as an intelligent agent who’s more capable than humans. Luckily, we haven’t reached this state — yet. We still need engineers to develop innovative algorithms and tools to improve human interactions with software and systems. Don’t worry — we can’t solve user experience with machine learning, nor are… Continue reading 5 Ways to Improve User Experience with Machine Learning

Make Certification Easier – AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security Books for $1

October 14, 2020 by Noemi Certifications may only be paper (or 1s and 0s), but they do increase your credibility with clients and employers. Plus, you actually learn something! If you’re looking to get certified on AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security, this book bundle from Wiley has got your back. Get titles like Amazon… Continue reading Make Certification Easier – AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security Books for $1

What’s New in Core ML 2?

Last year, Apple launched Core ML—a segue into the world of machine learning for Apple developers. Before that, we were already using machine learning with technologies like AutoCorrect, Siri, and a predictive keyboard, but Core ML brought a new level of power and flexibility into the hands of developers. During WWDC 18, Apple announced Core… Continue reading What’s New in Core ML 2?

How does design strategy work within a large enterprise?

Courtesy Dilbert Last October, I visited my alma mater, the School of Visual Arts Masters in Branding program, which teaches graduate students about the intersections of business & design. Whenever I visit, there’s always students that have questions about what I do, both as an IBM’er and a Design Strategist. Most recently, I was asked… Continue reading How does design strategy work within a large enterprise?

5 Web Design Trends for 2017 and 2018

March 29, 2017 by abovepop Now that we’re comfortably in 2017, we can look back at the last few months to see how our “trends of 2017” predictions have turned out, and offer a few more to consider for 2018 and the rest of the year. Clean Layouts That Let Content Shine There was a… Continue reading 5 Web Design Trends for 2017 and 2018

Designing Anticipated User Experiences

Anticipatory Design is possibly the next big leap within the field of Experience Design. “Design that is one step ahead” as Shapiro refers to it. This sounds amazing, but where does it lead us? And how will it affect our relationship with technology? I’ve dedicated my Master thesis to this topic to identify both ethical… Continue reading Designing Anticipated User Experiences

Honing Crazy Eights with randomness

We use Crazy Eights often during ideation at Philosophie including during our Design Sprints (as does Google Ventures). They are great for diverging to lots of ideas before we start to build prototypes. You run the Crazy Eights exercise by quickly sketching a bunch of ideas as a team. Often it is done on a… Continue reading Honing Crazy Eights with randomness