Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers.
“In a time of digital feeds and “For You” content, an introduction with my name and city does little to bridge strangers to friends. Each of us in our own digital moodscapes wondering if we scrolled upon the same virtual lands. Let’s skip the ice breakers and flash each other our targeted ads.
What have we risked and gained by dancing with the recommendation algorithms?”
Digital serendipity: who are we without our algorithms? →
By Yuna Shin
Practical, no-nonsense UI design tips 🔥 →
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- The tyranny of time →
“The clock is a useful social tool, but it is also deeply political. It benefits some, marginalizes others and blinds us from a true understanding of our own bodies and the world around us.”
- Artistic prototypes →
“I love to work this way on many of my side projects. The process of creating multiple, alternative variations — drawings, design mocks, working code in PRs, etc. — along the path to an intended single solution refines ideas through the contrast of alternative variations.”
- See the bias in AI image generators →
“The Stable Diffusion Explorer shows how words like “assertive” and “gentle” are mapped to sexist stereotypes. What does algorithmic bias actually look like in the real world, and what causes it to manifest?”
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