Things I found on the web this week (15th March)

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This week: why do Google, Airbnb & Pinterest have such similar logos? Lots of robots and AI stuff, ‘cheat codes’ for designing user interfaces, how to make the really hard decisions for your startup.

Here are the things I found interesting on the web this week.

Happy reading!


A Hippocratic Oath for artificial intelligence practitioners

“In the past, much power and responsibility over life and death was concentrated in the hands of doctors. Now, this ethical burden is increasingly shared by the builders of AI software.”

Design Thinking for Chatbots

“If we’re spending more time interacting with robots than with humans, should we take the time to apply design thinking in order to give these interfaces a more human touch?”

The UX Of A Public Robot

“Robots are increasingly cropping up in public spaces. The design studio Ammunition reveals how it devised an automated barista to look friendly–but not too friendly.”


How Rapid Prototyping Feeds a Maniacal Focus on the Customer

“Falling in love with your own ideas can bias decision-making. When focusing on solving the customer’s problem collectively, you’re more willing to drop your own ideas in favour of those best suited to solve the problem.”


4 Easy Steps to Help You Make the Hard Decisions for Your Startup

“Check out the four things you need to remember when making those crucial business decisions.”


How to Design a Pricing Page that Converts

“Pricing pages are at the intersection of design, sales, and content.”

Immersive Design: The Next 10 Years of Interfaces

“A look into what happens when we design beyond a screen”.

10 cheat codes for designing User Interfaces

This designer shares “a list of things I’ve learned from different designers, things I’ve learned in designing user interfaces, and new discoveries I found along the way”.

Why Do Google, Airbnb, And Pinterest All Have Such Similar Logos?

Thoughts behind why these big players have “gradually shifted their branding from idiosyncratic typefaces to remarkably similar sans-serif fonts.”

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