To see is to understand
Camouflaging Facial Recognition
Image Recognition is growing stronger throughout the years but the egregious things that happen behind it is pretty terrifying. I want to touch on facial recognition and how databases of people’s faces are being compiled […]
I’d like to shift the perspective for a moment onto the designers working on the defense from CUIs.
Should we and can we attend the needs of nonhumans in participatory design?
If you’re experiencing space for the first time, how would you document it?
Your mind will wander when you begin to consider the hopes and fears of AI and the potential that it is bringing to our culture.
When thinking about Conversational User Interfaces, I went down this research rabbit hole of downloading “self help” apps with therapy bots. I had several conversations with a few of them and found, in the end, […]
During my researches for our CUI studies this semester, I decided to work on one of the main reasons why people still avoid adopting AI in their company or in their everyday life, despite the […]
After learning about conversational user interfaces, I’ve been able to look back to my previous experiences and analyze the dislikes and discomforts I had with these interfaces.
How can a CUI listen to us, affirm and share our feelings?
Become your own personal assistant.
How can a CUI mediate a conversation between two people?
Exploring how CUI’s can help people express their vulnerability and connect on a deeper level.
The multifaceted idea that writing and design form the title of the technical communicator.
Planning for an unknown outcome
Many times we feel stuck in a project like all our ideas aren’t just right, the pieces don’t fit and we don’t know what to do or where to go from there.
An example of a simple grid workshop and the results it yields.
Messaging one another in one of the many varied platforms has become an accepted part of everyday modern society.
The Krissi Xenakis project (Project X) was a sprint-style workshop envisioning a product or service 50 years in the future.