Google ‘Design Principles’ (DPs), and you will find countless articles. Basically, Design principles express your shared vision for great products & services. This article will not explain what DPs are in a broad sense; I’m just going to help you set them up — also during Covid times. Want to learn more about DPs first? Read Anton’s article — He goes in-depth in explaining what they are and why you need them.
Here’s the gist:
In my previous articles, I described the design process for AI-enabled user interfaces at Deloitte’s impact foundation project ‘Social Robot Alice.’ I also discovered four baseline design principles to keep in mind when designing for AI-enabled user interfaces:
1. discovery and expectation management;
2. design for forgiveness;
3. data transparency and tailoring, and
4. privacy, security, and control.
At the start of designing and developing an AI-enabled product –so when there is no existing product yet– there is no actual AI in place. …