Information overload and antisocial behaviour (Image description: A black and white photo, perhaps from the 50s with men and women all reading the newspaper on a train).

Could the lack of information online be the issue, leading to social media addiction?


Leading a company through a digital transformation isn’t for everybody

The new, fast digital world


A designer’s guide to quantitative data from one amateur to another (Part 3 of 3)


A designer’s guide to quantitative data from one amateur to another (Part 2 of 3)


A designer’s guide to quantitative data from one amateur to another (Part 1 of 3)


Healthcare’s superheroes

How psychology, storytelling, and design could create more effective healthcare, and save lives

Bacteria impervious to antibiotics are estimated to cost the National Health Service (NHS) £1bn, and kill 5,000 people in the UK every year. The UK’s chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, has ranked them a ‘catastrophic global threat’ alongside terrorism and climate change.


How our knowledge of the brain could improve how we search and find online


How cognitive psychology can change the speedometer

Anchoring bias


How I went from boring numbers to cute little people with no trousers 


The examination of the human mind, its models, systems, processes, and elements to emulate or take inspiration from to improve our digital experience.

Stina Jonsson

I design interfaces between Human Intelligences and Artificial Intelligences, with a background in Psychology and UX. Currently freelancing - previously @IDEO.

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