Harvard Law School University came together around the challenge of artificial intelligence and its governance. Over four months, they took part in a rigorous two week design thinking and team building sprint, participated in a spring term course—the Ethics of AI—co-taught by Jonathan Zittrain and Joi Ito, and developed their projects throughout the three month development […]
Have you ever been on a mobile website, filling out a form, being asked for your email address, and much to your annoyance the keyboard being shown on your phone doesn’t have a “@” or a “.” on it? Here’s how you can make your web forms better.
A pattern library is like a style guide, but instead of it defining the elements which are outwardly facing, a pattern library is a repository of the way code should be consistently written.
A general outline of some of the concepts in the UX process such as wireframing, storyboarding, mockups, prototypes and more!
Getting started with web app development? I have made a little video to give you a head start by showing you three free products you might want to put on your computer.
I have been a little creeped out by Google ads following me online. They track what you search for, sites you visit on Chrome, and the contents of your emails. They’re even putting targeted ads in my email on newsletters I subscribe to. Of course, Google doesn’t charge me for anything – Gmail, Google Drive, […]
Google is doing something good here. If a website isn’t using SSL (i.e. https://), it is easily hackable. It’s not something I do, but there is even freeware like the Beef Project that gives someone a UI to exploit non-secure http sites. In the latest post from the Google Security Blog, Google let us all […]
I have friends who are religious (either culturally or in practice), friends who identify as agnostic, and friends who identify as atheist. I enjoy the company of each one of them for various reasons specific to the individual person, and each of them is more or less benevolent. My friends who enjoy philosophy, religious or […]
A study just came out that men drivers of Uber are making more money per hour than women. What do you think?
I have discovered a website and podcast that I really like called The History of Philosophy without any gaps. It is a product of King’s College London and Prof. Dr. Peter Adamson of LMU Munich. Here are two of the over 300 audio clips that are free to listen to and download. Aristotle’s Ethics Part […]