UX researchers’ role in shaping AI products and services
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers.
Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and, more specifically, Machine Learning are pervasive in our daily lives. From Facebook ads to YouTube recommendations; from Siri to Google Assistant; and from automated translation of device notice to marketing personalization tools; AI now deeply permeates both our work and personal lives.
This article is a compilation of three small pieces that advocate for renewed UX research efforts in ML apps.
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Figma is making you a bad designer →
Are design tools using you?
Energy reserves →
How do we articulate the right story?
Obsessive note taking →
Some say it’s talent, others a curse.
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Lead Product Designer @ Riva Health
Riva Health is building a cardiology technology app that measures and manages hypertension. Whatever your skill set or professional background, there’s literally no bigger problem you could apply them toward.
Design Manager @ Belvo
We are solving hard, interesting problems at Belvo: what does the world look like when consumers fully control their financial data.
Little gems this week
Make me think
Crediting contributors in design systems →
“Can we recognise design system contributors with a public acknowledgement of their work on a component or pattern? Or can we award individuals a contributor “status”, by naming them in design system documentation, putting their picture in a digital wall of fame, or sending them a sticker?”
How harmful is social media? →
“There’s a general sense that it’s bad for society—which may be right. But studies offer surprisingly few easy answers.”
Tools and resources
Figma responsive cards →
Creating responsive cards with the help of auto-layout.
CTA database →
A repository of conversion-boosting CTAs for any product.
Basic icons →
A free library of icons for product design & development.