Last month I tweeted this observation, and wrote a similar sentiment in Swedish on LinkedIn: A dangerous fallacy is that killer robots will take the appearance of monstrous, mechanical machines. Instead, killer robots have (among many other disguises) taken the appearance of web forms automatically determining if people are eligible
It’s been a tough year, going on two, from a wellbeing perspective. I just want to say: feeling exhausted, traumatised and disoriented is expected. For all of us. It’s natural to deflate when struggling to find breathing space in the midst of uncertainty, conflicting messaging and enforced restrictions.
Hey friend, What a year it's been. For many: devastating. For many: healing will take time. And at a time when families come together to share traditional experiences, many won't. The unfamiliar is overwhelming. And exhausting. It's okay — expected even — to feel tired, low-spirited, mediocre, unprofessional. Know that you are
“Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It's a relationship between equals.” — Pema Chödrön Voice your intents I'm about to start up my 3-week course in ethics for UX designers at a vocational school, Nackademin, here in Stockholm. This year I've changed parts of the students'
Misusability under every rock When writing a book on misguided digital design you are obviously primed to find content that supports your case. And right now I feel overwhelmed by the many examples out there of people being harmed by digital services and how companies, often consciously, use tactics that