Tag: human-centered design

Dark Patterns, or Shades of Grey?

Alex Beattie , December 17th, 2019


Screen Time app. Credit: Apple Press Kit Auto-playing videos. Bottomless social media newsfeeds. Accentuated “I consent” buttons. The internet may appear as a Choose Your Own Adventure, but…


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The Messiness of Ethnography

Leonore Phillips , July 2nd, 2019


Damien Newman created “the squiggle” to convey the messiness of the design process.(CC by 2.0)   Leaving academia forced me to think more deeply and critically about ethnography…


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Listening to/with Technology: Meditation Apps as the New Voice of Mental Health

Rebecca Jablonsky , June 4th, 2019


Shortly after giving birth to her son, Jessica[1] began to experience a health problem that she describes simply as “pain everywhere.” About one month after we initially met…


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