Probably, I am not as talanted as Albert to solve a problem in the last 10% of time 😁 But I couldn't agree more that defining the right problem to solve is definitely worth investing significant amount of time.
How much time do you spend on defining a problem to solve and questions to answer for you project? Share in comments ⬇️
Research Planning and Recruitment
* Develop a well-crafted research plan with clear research objectives.
* Create research screeners and discussion guides.
* Recruit targeted end-users for specific research studies.
Data Collection & Analysis
* Help develop and implement different data collection methods, like interviews and surveys.
* Moderate one-on-one research sessions.
* Extract user insights about user behaviors and needs.
* Translate insights into actionable recommendations for the product team.
Presentation of Insights
* Create personas and customer journeys to maps insights to the customers’ experience.
* Present design research findings to the broader team in a clear and organized fashion.
Algorithms are running the world 🤖 OK maybe not entirely, but after reading this awesome book by Hannah Fry, I’ve realized how AI and data is deeply ingrained and being using in many different parts of our society.
The terms AI, deep learning and data are often associated with things like robotics and self driving cars, but AI is used is so many other areas including the judicial system, health care, fighting crime - even in creating art.
Like the COMPAS algorithm, which is used to assess how likely a defendant is to commit a crime in the future. Or PredPol, which US police forces use to analyze data on committed crimes to help them find patterns in where future crimes are most likely to happen.
“Hello World” paints an insightful picture of how AI is already used in helping people make important decisions in various parts of our society and the possibilities and challenges that brings. It explores the issues with blindly trusting algorithms and considering them as some kind of black magic that can help solve all of our problems. Because algorithms are by no means perfect and can often end up creating new problems or biases that were not intended.
I would recommend this book for anyone looking to get an overview of what algorithms are, what they can do, and how we’re using them in today’s world. It has certainly opened my eyes to the possibilities as well as potential downfalls on relying too much on AI in making important decisions.
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Principle helps UX/UI Designers create detailed prototypes without any coding. Gurgaon based designer Karan (@chowdharykaran) reviews the tool, shares his favorite features and shows us the power of Principle with his project Joule.
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Mongi Ayouni, Fondateur et Experience Director Moon Studio (www.moon.tn), l'Agence 100% Full-UX services basée à Sousse et connectée à l'international.
Moon Studio orchestre des projets de grande valeur pour Amazon, Linkedin et d'autres startups réputées.
Ancien Creatif Director chez Wezign Agence interactive (2010-2019). Un profil mêlant à la fois la créativité forgée soigneusement tout au long de sa carrière professionnelle dans la marketing digitale et son approche centrée sur l'humain (User Centred Design). « Toute histoire peut être racontée et animée grâce à une bonne compréhension du comportement de l'utilisateur final et à l'attention portée aux détails. Chaque histoire mérite une approche unique pour toucher les gens d'une manière engageante. »
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