Motivation drives our choices. And solutions. The devastating, mind & heart-blowing, covid-centered times we’re living have triggered the so-very necessary change in the educational system. Schools close, browsers open, clouds are overwhelmed, a generalized “what am I going to do?” or “How am I supposed to…?”, or even a “No way we can do…”. I … Continue reading “Why Learning? An invitation to transform education.”
I have fond memories of going to church every summer Sunday with my grandma, elegant that she naturally was, she would put on her favorite fashion and jewelry for what she knew it was the social gathering event of the week, the moment to look one’s best, share success stories and bring out the most … Continue reading “Social media ‘Sunday’ blues”
Having good web manners is about being respectful and considerate of the person for whom we are designing. The bottom line is, “please, don’t stress me, don’t waste my time, don’t upset me, etc.”. Technology continues, in many cases, triggering negative emotions, increasing stress levels. Often, this stress may linger throughout the day, affecting work … Continue reading “Good ‘design manners’ wanted.”
There is a clear trend in emotions in general, and in emotions in AI specifically. The idea fascinates us, that something so “personal” can be read/captured by a machine. In many cases people respond with disgust to these new developments, in others, with curiosity, and the rest, with desire. The facts: wearable sensors, facial recognition, … Continue reading “Don’t worry about machines reading your emotions, worry about those governing them.”
I was recently invited to write a blog about my passion for emotions, engagement design and technology, but the truth is that I’ve never considered myself a good writer, I am also not sure if I will have enough to say as time goes by, and nor am I an expert in any of my … Continue reading “A few initial thoughts…”
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