Providing examples from the digital to the medical, Peter Morville advocates to transform our tendency to see wholes as the sum of their parts into an awareness of the deep interconnectedness of all things.
A curated selection of books I’ve read and which I felt were worthy of sharing my learnings
With a critical eye, Anna Wiener brings us along her experience entering Silicon Valley's tech world where an underlying uncanniness raises cause for concern.
Fed-up with the tech industry's anti-social practices, Wendy Liu examines our current economic system's flaws through the lens of technology and proposes a model to reclaim our world from the reign of capital.
With an approach to interface design inspired by the practice of placemaking, Arango suggests we embrace the collaborative nature of the Web to build generative environments that can stand the test of time.
Highlighting that human nature is designed more than it is discovered, Schwartz urges us to consider how we shape our social institutions.
Educating corporate decision-makers about the subtleties of the humanities and social sciences will future-proof progress for the greater good.
To understand the Internet for what it really is, we need to view it as humanity's continual work of representational art, showcasing digital instances of our activity on Earth. But when everything is magically saved, what gets lost on the way?