In the event Design User Experience Driven by AI, Paul Lambert (Product Manager) and Annika Crowley (Interaction Designer) from Google gave us great talks on how Gmail designed the Smart Compose feature, and five strategies to create great user experience with AI (see sketchnotes).
This is the third year in a row that I hosted a craft event in my company, in celebration of the Lunar New Year. We had such a fun time!
Quick thoughts about the book. First book sketchnotes I’ve ever done.
Here’s a presentation I gave to my coworkers in a brown bag session. It’s a while ago, but still holds true. My goal was to help all of us better understand accessibility, its impact for users as well as how we could better build our software for users who have disabilities.
Behzod shared a 4-step research framework on how to decide on what/how to research: DECISION -> EVIDENCE -> DATA -> APPROACH.
Out of all the different types of card sorting I’ve learned, this modified Delphi card sorting method is the most interesting one.
As designers, our intuition and judgement take a big part when it comes to evaluating our own design ideas.
Sometimes, I kill ideas when they’re still in my head.
The problem with that is several fold.
How to expand your design explorations? How not to explore just “safe” design options?
As we walked away, I was thinking. Human connection is such a wonderful thing that gives you wonderful feelings.