Trace Interviews Step-By-Step
"Social media data and other digital traces we leave as we navigate the web offer incredible opportunity for discovery within the social sciences."
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june 2016
Object Lessons
"Short, beautiful books published in print and electronic formats by Bloomsbury."
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june 2016
Can computers become conscious?
"look at what they have to do to imagine any semi-coherent alternative"
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june 2016
Design Methods
"a very wide range of design and research methods that can be used to get the necessary insights"
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june 2016
The Curse of Culture
"culture is not something that begets success, rather, it is a product of it"
redfrontnewsletter 
june 2016
The filter bubble
"Every time we go online we're bombarded with evidence of technology enabling us to make stuff."
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june 2016
How to build a metaphor to change people’s minds
"The challenge for the designer is to generate lots of pseudo-mistakes, some of which can be used for thinking and that have the power to stick around."
redfrontnewsletter 
march 2016
All Talk and No Buttons: The Conversational UI
"The entire field of visual interface design—everything we know about placing controls, handling mouse and touch interaction, even picking colors—will be affected by the switch to conversational form, or will go away altogether"
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march 2016
Design as Participation
"they understand themselves to be participants, shaping the systems that interact with other forces, ideas, events and other designers."
march 2016
Art and technology make each other better—so why do we make ourselves choose? - Quartz
"most of my coworkers told me that their inspiration for studying robotics was the Japanese cartoon Astroboy, about a little robot boy who fights crime in future Tokyo."
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march 2016
Management and Organization at Medium
"Beyond that, the system had begun to exert a small but persistent tax on both our effectiveness, and our sense of connection to each other."
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march 2016
Designing for Crisis
"ways that you can and should consider the needs of users teetering on the edge of panic"
redfrontnewsletter 
february 2016
Call it Field Study, Not Research
"an open-ended enquiry that seeks to learn what it doesn’t know rather than to prove what it suspects it already knows"
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february 2016
“One Damn Slide After Another”: PowerPoint at Every Occasion for Speech
"Sunday sermons are increasingly delivered with slideware just as press conferences, trials, and military briefings have also become occasions for slides."
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february 2016
The Wrong Kind of UBI
"a basic income isn’t inherently radical."
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february 2016
Made in China diary
"They reveal how the Chinese have learnt by producing for the rest of the World."
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february 2016
Haunted By Data
"imagine data not as a pristine resource, but as a waste product, a bunch of radioactive, toxic sludge that we don’t know how to handle."
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february 2016
Modern Design Tools: Using Real Data
"When we design with data, these habits reveal themselves so we can make decisions based on reality."
redfrontnewsletter 
january 2016
Ethnographers, Bearers of Bad News
"I’m not even sure I do research. I am trying to connect things to people."
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january 2016
Uncovering Service Design Opportunities: A Checklist
"use this list to help you think through all the types of potential improvements that might be possible."
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january 2016
Design Visualization: Smoke and Mirrors (large pdf)
"Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones."
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january 2016
Advice for Students from Charles Eames
"the art is the way you do your work, a result of your attitude toward it."
redfrontnewsletter 
january 2016
Pattern entrainment is one of our biggest problems
"We do good work, but in the big picture nothing changes."
redfrontnewsletter 
january 2016
Whose Data Is It Anyway?
"It’s all too easy to forget that data is about human beings and their behaviors. Data is not an abstraction."
redfrontnewsletter 
january 2016
Download Original Bauhaus Books & Journals for Free
"There is no essential difference between the artist and the artisan."
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january 2016
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