In some projects, the users don’t come to you for research, so you have to ensure you go to them. This is crucial in ensuring that your project addresses their needs, and that you don’t get mired in assumptions during production. This post discusses an example of how I went to a conference in Philadelphia to seek out users to talk to.
We’ve been working for some time to find ways to talk to machines, and one such method of late has been the idea of a purely conversational interface. This article provides a history of how we came to this point, and where things can go from here.
I’m currently in a bit of a hiatus from Facebook, and, to some degree, from reading the news. The culmination of post-Brexit blues, the rise of Donald Trump, the constant barrage of news stories about people slaughtering each other with machine guns, knives and bombs around the world, the refugee crisis, the decline of the […]
We’ve created a world of noise. A world filled with notifications, promotional emails, press releases and advertising billboards, all vying for our attention and clogging our day with distractions. How did we get to this state, and what can we do about it? Look at your inbox. How many emails do you have currently in […]