intro

hi, I'm conny

and design has always been a passion of mine — I love being able to see the world in a different way and create something new.

My journey as a designer started early on, when I began to question the conventions around me.


This led me to seek out new challenges and resistances, which helped me develop my problem solving skills.

I discovered my love of learning as a child — I never stop questioning thoughts and beliefs and looking at them from different perspectives. This allows me to constantly grow as a designer and visionary.

intro

hi, I'm conny

and design has always been a passion of mine — I love being able to see the world in a different way and create something new.

My journey as a designer started early on, when I began to question the conventions around me.


This led me to seek out new challenges and resistances, which helped me develop my problem solving skills.

I discovered my love of learning as a child — I never stop questioning thoughts and beliefs and looking at them from different perspectives. This allows me to constantly grow as a designer and visionary.

intro

hi, I'm conny

and design has always been a passion of mine — I love being able to see the world in a different way and create something new.

My journey as a designer started early on, when I began to question the conventions around me.


This led me to seek out new challenges and resistances, which helped me develop my problem solving skills.

I discovered my love of learning as a child — I never stop questioning thoughts and beliefs and looking at them from different perspectives. This allows me to constantly grow as a designer and visionary.

vision

what drives me?

Design is one of the most powerful tools we have to make a lasting change in the world.

Design can be used to build bridges, create opportunities, and solve problems.


I am on a mission to empower confident designers who are paid as well as their colleagues, heard and help make company decisions. Designers who are curious and explore different paths. Who are free from discrimination to try, fail and grow. And who are proud and aware of the power of design.

Through my actions, I want to inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more.

vision

what drives me?

Design is one of the most powerful tools we have to make a lasting change in the world.

Design can be used to build bridges, create opportunities, and solve problems.


I am on a mission to empower confident designers who are paid as well as their colleagues, heard and help make company decisions. Designers who are curious and explore different paths. Who are free from discrimination to try, fail and grow. And who are proud and aware of the power of design.

Through my actions, I want to inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more.

vision

what drives me?

Design is one of the most powerful tools we have to make a lasting change in the world.

Design can be used to build bridges, create opportunities, and solve problems.


I am on a mission to empower confident designers who are paid as well as their colleagues, heard and help make company decisions. Designers who are curious and explore different paths. Who are free from discrimination to try, fail and grow. And who are proud and aware of the power of design.

Through my actions, I want to inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more.

values

Universalismus

Preservation of the natural environment

Nature is the foundation of my being. I have a deep appreciation for the oneness with nature, the beauty of the world, and the appreciation and protection of nature. This form of appreciation goes beyond the focus on the self and one's own group- it is an acknowledgement of our interconnectedness with all life.

Commitment to equality, justice and protection for all people

I am an individual who is concerned with the well-being of people in society and the world at large. I value equality, justice and a world at peace. My concern for others goes beyond the group's internal focus on welfare values.

Benevolence

Being a reliable and trustworthy

member of the in-group

I am a person that values reliability, honesty and trustworthiness towards people with whom one is in frequent personal contact. This relates in particular to the quality of relationships with people in the family, friends, colleagues and other primary groups, as well as life partners. I strive to maintain these qualities within my own personal relationships, and I believe that they are essential for creating a strong foundation of mutual respect and support.

Self-direction

Freedom to develop one's own ideas and abilities

I am person who values freedom and independence. I believe that the ability to choose one's own goals and act independently is a cornerstone of a fulfilling life. Additionally, I place a high value on self-respect, which I believe is essential for happiness. Through my actions, I strive to maintain these values both for myself and for those around me.

Freedom to determine one's own actions

I am a person who highly values independence of thought. I believe that intellectual curiosity, exploration, and creativity are essential to the development of new ideas and opinions. I also feel that it is important for people to express themselves freely.

values

Universalismus

Preservation of the natural environment

Nature is the foundation of my being. I have a deep appreciation for the oneness with nature, the beauty of the world, and the appreciation and protection of nature. This form of appreciation goes beyond the focus on the self and one's own group- it is an acknowledgement of our interconnectedness with all life.

Commitment to equality, justice and protection for all people

I am an individual who is concerned with the well-being of people in society and the world at large. I value equality, justice and a world at peace. My concern for others goes beyond the group's internal focus on welfare values.

Benevolence

Being a reliable and trustworthy

member of the in-group

I am a person that values reliability, honesty and trustworthiness towards people with whom one is in frequent personal contact. This relates in particular to the quality of relationships with people in the family, friends, colleagues and other primary groups, as well as life partners. I strive to maintain these qualities within my own personal relationships, and I believe that they are essential for creating a strong foundation of mutual respect and support.

Self-direction

Freedom to develop one's own ideas and abilities

I am person who values freedom and independence. I believe that the ability to choose one's own goals and act independently is a cornerstone of a fulfilling life. Additionally, I place a high value on self-respect, which I believe is essential for happiness. Through my actions, I strive to maintain these values both for myself and for those around me.

Freedom to determine one's own actions

I am a person who highly values independence of thought. I believe that intellectual curiosity, exploration, and creativity are essential to the development of new ideas and opinions. I also feel that it is important for people to express themselves freely.

values

Universalismus

Preservation of the natural environment

Nature is the foundation of my being. I have a deep appreciation for the oneness with nature, the beauty of the world, and the appreciation and protection of nature. This form of appreciation goes beyond the focus on the self and one's own group- it is an acknowledgement of our interconnectedness with all life.

Commitment to equality, justice and protection for all people

I am an individual who is concerned with the well-being of people in society and the world at large. I value equality, justice and a world at peace. My concern for others goes beyond the group's internal focus on welfare values.

Benevolence

Being a reliable and trustworthy

member of the in-group

I am a person that values reliability, honesty and trustworthiness towards people with whom one is in frequent personal contact. This relates in particular to the quality of relationships with people in the family, friends, colleagues and other primary groups, as well as life partners. I strive to maintain these qualities within my own personal relationships, and I believe that they are essential for creating a strong foundation of mutual respect and support.

Self-direction

Freedom to develop one's own ideas and abilities

I am person who values freedom and independence. I believe that the ability to choose one's own goals and act independently is a cornerstone of a fulfilling life. Additionally, I place a high value on self-respect, which I believe is essential for happiness. Through my actions, I strive to maintain these values both for myself and for those around me.

Freedom to determine one's own actions

I am a person who highly values independence of thought. I believe that intellectual curiosity, exploration, and creativity are essential to the development of new ideas and opinions. I also feel that it is important for people to express themselves freely.

codex

To develop things and processes that are …

meaningful

that have a validated meaning and are not random

ethical and non-discriminatory

that are ethical and do not discriminate

accessible

that are accessible to all humans

inclusive

that overcome barriers and do not build them up

sustainable

that do not harm people or nature in their production

resource-saving

that do not waste resources such as physical materials or labor time

durable

that are durable and can be passed down between generations

humane

that are considerate of our senses and do not cognitively overload us or manipulate our thinking and decision-making

codex

To develop things and processes that are …

meaningful

that have a validated meaning and are not random

ethical and non-discriminatory

that are ethical and do not discriminate

accessible

that are accessible to all humans

inclusive

that overcome barriers and do not build them up

sustainable

that do not harm people or nature in their production

resource-saving

that do not waste resources such as physical materials or labor time

durable

that are durable and can be passed down between generations

humane

that are considerate of our senses and do not cognitively overload us or manipulate our thinking and decision-making

milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


problem:

a collective burnout - why we need to rethink how we want to keep working

People from all over the world who work digitally and are thus exposed to non-human technology experience distraction, stress, and loneliness like never before. An unregulated technology that exploits human weaknesses, such as cognitive limitations, the functioning of our dopamine system, or our need for social validation (Center of Human Technology, 2022).

The permanent tension and breathlessness in the big cities they live in additionally leads to the loss of their inner harmony and focus for many. Their lives are characterized by cognitive overload, restlessness, social isolation, alienation and a longing for connection with nature.

assumption:

coliving and coworking in the forest - how a workplace in the middle of nature can heal us

The forest is far away from everyday life, it is need-oriented, it offers tranquility, a beautiful view, the opportunity to walk or hike. The forest influences us through its sounds, its scents, relaxes us, brings peace and has been proven to lower our blood pressure through the effect of its colors green and blue.

the benefits of working in the forest

Forest reduces stress. Spending time in the forest lowers our pulse and blood cortisol levels (Jeitziner, 2014). Through its rhythm, the rhythm of nature, the forest regulates our feelings such as haste and hurry.


Nature makes us more social, tolerant and increases our frustration tolerance (Jeitziner, 2014) The forest regenerates our attention, it brings relaxation and energy through its observation. Just a few minutes are enough to feel improved concentration and a brightening of mood. (Jeitziner, 2014)

Nature subjective, studies on the relationship with nature in hypercivilization, natursoziologie.de 6/2014 Jeitziner

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

Wish you could escape to a quiet place where you could focus on what you love?


With workinforest, that dream can become a reality! Just unplug from the world and enjoy the peace and tranquility of nature. You'll be amazed at how clear your mind becomes when all you hear is the rustling of leaves and the song of birds!


workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

explore www.workinforest.de

milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


problem:

a collective burnout - why we need to rethink how we want to keep working

People from all over the world who work digitally and are thus exposed to non-human technology experience distraction, stress, and loneliness like never before. An unregulated technology that exploits human weaknesses, such as cognitive limitations, the functioning of our dopamine system, or our need for social validation (Center of Human Technology, 2022).

The permanent tension and breathlessness in the big cities they live in additionally leads to the loss of their inner harmony and focus for many. Their lives are characterized by cognitive overload, restlessness, social isolation, alienation and a longing for connection with nature.

assumption:

coliving and coworking in the forest - how a workplace in the middle of nature can heal us

The forest is far away from everyday life, it is need-oriented, it offers tranquility, a beautiful view, the opportunity to walk or hike. The forest influences us through its sounds, its scents, relaxes us, brings peace and has been proven to lower our blood pressure through the effect of its colors green and blue.

the benefits of working in the forest

Forest reduces stress. Spending time in the forest lowers our pulse and blood cortisol levels (Jeitziner, 2014). Through its rhythm, the rhythm of nature, the forest regulates our feelings such as haste and hurry.


Nature makes us more social, tolerant and increases our frustration tolerance (Jeitziner, 2014) The forest regenerates our attention, it brings relaxation and energy through its observation. Just a few minutes are enough to feel improved concentration and a brightening of mood. (Jeitziner, 2014)

Nature subjective, studies on the relationship with nature in hypercivilization, natursoziologie.de 6/2014 Jeitziner

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

Wish you could escape to a quiet place where you could focus on what you love?


With workinforest, that dream can become a reality! Just unplug from the world and enjoy the peace and tranquility of nature. You'll be amazed at how clear your mind becomes when all you hear is the rustling of leaves and the song of birds!


workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

explore www.workinforest.de

milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


milestones

workinforest - a nature connected coliving and coworking space

why I got the idea to work in the forest?

I grew up in Thuringia, surrounded by forest. Almost every day my grandfather took me for a walk in the forest. Through our time together in the forest, my deep love for nature developed.


Designing things and processes is another old love that I used to pursue from an office in Berlin. One summer five years ago, I became increasingly dissatisfied.

I used every break, no matter how short, to look for a green spot.


I always had to choose between the office and nature. At some point I didn't want to have to choose. I wanted to be able to work where I felt at home - in nature, in the forest.


The idea to work and live in the forest found me quickly and still doesn't let me go.


problem:

a collective burnout - why we need to rethink how we want to keep working

People from all over the world who work digitally and are thus exposed to non-human technology experience distraction, stress, and loneliness like never before. An unregulated technology that exploits human weaknesses, such as cognitive limitations, the functioning of our dopamine system, or our need for social validation (Center of Human Technology, 2022).

The permanent tension and breathlessness in the big cities they live in additionally leads to the loss of their inner harmony and focus for many. Their lives are characterized by cognitive overload, restlessness, social isolation, alienation and a longing for connection with nature.

assumption:

coliving and coworking in the forest - how a workplace in the middle of nature can heal us

The forest is far away from everyday life, it is need-oriented, it offers tranquility, a beautiful view, the opportunity to walk or hike. The forest influences us through its sounds, its scents, relaxes us, brings peace and has been proven to lower our blood pressure through the effect of its colors green and blue.

the benefits of working in the forest

Forest reduces stress. Spending time in the forest lowers our pulse and blood cortisol levels (Jeitziner, 2014). Through its rhythm, the rhythm of nature, the forest regulates our feelings such as haste and hurry.


Nature makes us more social, tolerant and increases our frustration tolerance (Jeitziner, 2014) The forest regenerates our attention, it brings relaxation and energy through its observation. Just a few minutes are enough to feel improved concentration and a brightening of mood. (Jeitziner, 2014)

Nature subjective, studies on the relationship with nature in hypercivilization, natursoziologie.de 6/2014 Jeitziner

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

solution:

workinforest - shaping the future of work

Wish you could escape to a quiet place where you could focus on what you love?


With workinforest, that dream can become a reality! Just unplug from the world and enjoy the peace and tranquility of nature. You'll be amazed at how clear your mind becomes when all you hear is the rustling of leaves and the song of birds!


workinforest provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its mix of coliving and coworking, workinforest offers a unique opportunity to experience nature while getting your work done. Whether you're looking for a place to get away for a weekend or want to make the switch to remote working, workinforest is the perfect solution for you.

take your work to the woods with workinforest 1.0!

Our coliving and coworking space offers a serene and inspiring setting for getting things done. Each of our Cabins is nestled in a tall pine forest, providing a peaceful and private retreat for working, observing, or sleeping. Our cabins can accommodate up to 4 people, so you can bring your team or catch up on some solo time.

Our community area is the perfect place to meet, work, and eat together. Our kitchen offers fresh regional and seasonal food all day, so you can always find something delicious to enjoy. And our workshop rooms are perfect for when you need to focus on a project. Whatever you need, workinforest has you covered!

explore www.workinforest.de

resources

design leadership

Whether you’re interested in learning about management, giving and receiving feedback, managing yourself, leading meetings, or hiring well, these five books are worth reading.

Liftoff!

Practical Design Leadership to Elevate Your Team, Your Organization, and You

By Chris Avore & Russ Unger, Released July 2020

Book description

Liftoff! is your guide to leveling up as a design manager and leader. Its experience-driven approach—written by designers for designers—will help you hire and scale teams, develop careers, learn why diversity matters to your business, and solidify design’s role in your organization. Liftoff! will elevate your skills to lead your team and company to new heights.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership Handbook

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

Design Leadership Handbook (free)

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

E-Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

By Julie Zhuo, released March 2019

Book description

As your team's manager, you're expected to have all the answers. But what if you feel like you don't know what you're doing? Enter The Making of a Manager. It's an everything-you-need-to-know field guide to rocking your job, earning your confidence, and leading your team to new horizons.

Discussing Design

by Adam Connor, Aaron Irizarry, released June 2015

Book description

Real critique has become a lost skill among collaborative teams today. Critique is intended to help teams strengthen their designs, products, and services, rather than be used to assert authority or push agendas under the guise of "feedback." In this practical guide, authors Adam Connor and Aaron Irizarry teach you techniques, tools, and a framework for helping members of your design team give and receive critique. Using firsthand stories and lessons from prominent figures in the design community, this book examines the good, the bad, and the ugly of feedback. You come away with tips, actionable insights, activities, and a cheat sheet for practicing critique as a part of your collaborative process.

design

How do I design for behavior change? What criteria must products meet that are designed for people in high-risk? Why we need designers to develop humane, ethical AI?


Explore the resources and get inspired!

Big Data, Big Design: Why Designers Should Care about Artificial Intelligence

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Life and Death Design

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Life and Death Design

By Katie Swindler, released December 2021 

Book description

Emergencies—landing a malfunctioning plane, resuscitating a heart attack victim, or avoiding a head-on car crash—all require split-second decisions that can mean life or death. Fortunately, designers of life-saving products have leveraged research and brain science to help users reduce panic and harness their best instincts. Life and Death Design brings these techniques to everyday designers who want to help their users think clearly and act safely.

Conversations with Things

By Diana Deibel & Rebecca Evanhoe, released April 2021 

Book description

Welcome to the future, where you can talk with the digital things around you: voice assistants, chatbots, and more. But these interactions can be unhelpful and frustrating—sometimes even offensive or biased. Conversations with Things teaches you how to design conversations that are useful, ethical, and human-centered—because everyone deserves to be understood, especially you.

Engaged - Designing for Behavior Change

By Amy Bucher, released March 2020

Book description

Behavior change design creates entrancing—and effective—products and experiences. Whether you’ve studied psychology or are new to the field, you can incorporate behavior change principles into your designs to help people achieve meaningful goals, learn and grow, and connect with one another. Engaged offers practical tips for design professionals to apply the psychology of engagement to their work.

data science

Don't be afraid of AI. AI is not magic, rather it is algorithms that run through large amounts of data to make predictions or recognise patterns, for example. It's worth investing a little time. Especially for the working together with Data Scientists. Or to build and train your own smart chatbot.


An Analysis of the Persuasive Technology Design Features that Support Behavioural Change

By Alexander Asmah, Joshua Ofoeda and Ebenezer Agbozo 

Conference paper description

Persuasive Technologies (PTs) are designed to change attitudes or behaviours of the users through persuasion and social influence.


Recent studies have espoused the need for integrating design features in PTs to motivate users to perform desired action. However, the efficacy of these design features has not been empirically tested. This study seeks to assess whether the planned integration of design features into PTs lead to behaviour change. The study adopted the Persuasive Systems Design (PSD) model and empirically tested the design features among 150 Ghanaian Junior High School (JHS) students who were exposed to an interactive mathematic software program.

DataCamp: Learn Data Science

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DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

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DataCamp: Learn Data Science

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New to data science?

Gain the fundamental skills you need to speak the language of data with our FREE introductory courses on data science, machine learning, data visualization, data engineering, and cloud computing.


DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

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Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

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Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

A picture that shows the book Machine Learning - in short & well

Machine Learning – kurz & gut

By Chi Nhan Nguyen and Oliver Zeigermann, released April 2018

Book description

Machine Learning erreicht heute beinahe alle Bereiche der Technik und der Gesellschaft. Dieses Buch bietet Interessierten, die einen technischen Hintergrund haben, die schnellstmögliche Einführung in das umfangreiche Themengebiet des maschinellen Lernens und der statistischen Datenanalyse

Read more

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Machine Learning for Designers

By Patrick Hebron, released June 2016

Book description

This report introduces contemporary machine learning systems, but also provides a conceptual framework to help you integrate machine-learning capabilities into your user-facing designs.

Read more

resources

design leadership

Whether you’re interested in learning about management, giving and receiving feedback, managing yourself, leading meetings, or hiring well, these five books are worth reading.

Liftoff!

Practical Design Leadership to Elevate Your Team, Your Organization, and You

By Chris Avore & Russ Unger, Released July 2020

Book description

Liftoff! is your guide to leveling up as a design manager and leader. Its experience-driven approach—written by designers for designers—will help you hire and scale teams, develop careers, learn why diversity matters to your business, and solidify design’s role in your organization. Liftoff! will elevate your skills to lead your team and company to new heights.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership Handbook

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

Design Leadership Handbook (free)

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

E-Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

By Julie Zhuo, released March 2019

Book description

As your team's manager, you're expected to have all the answers. But what if you feel like you don't know what you're doing? Enter The Making of a Manager. It's an everything-you-need-to-know field guide to rocking your job, earning your confidence, and leading your team to new horizons.

Discussing Design

by Adam Connor, Aaron Irizarry, released June 2015

Book description

Real critique has become a lost skill among collaborative teams today. Critique is intended to help teams strengthen their designs, products, and services, rather than be used to assert authority or push agendas under the guise of "feedback." In this practical guide, authors Adam Connor and Aaron Irizarry teach you techniques, tools, and a framework for helping members of your design team give and receive critique. Using firsthand stories and lessons from prominent figures in the design community, this book examines the good, the bad, and the ugly of feedback. You come away with tips, actionable insights, activities, and a cheat sheet for practicing critique as a part of your collaborative process.

design

How do I design for behavior change? What criteria must products meet that are designed for people in high-risk? Why we need designers to develop humane, ethical AI?


Explore the resources and get inspired!

Big Data, Big Design: Why Designers Should Care about Artificial Intelligence

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Life and Death Design

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Life and Death Design

By Katie Swindler, released December 2021 

Book description

Emergencies—landing a malfunctioning plane, resuscitating a heart attack victim, or avoiding a head-on car crash—all require split-second decisions that can mean life or death. Fortunately, designers of life-saving products have leveraged research and brain science to help users reduce panic and harness their best instincts. Life and Death Design brings these techniques to everyday designers who want to help their users think clearly and act safely.

Conversations with Things

By Diana Deibel & Rebecca Evanhoe, released April 2021 

Book description

Welcome to the future, where you can talk with the digital things around you: voice assistants, chatbots, and more. But these interactions can be unhelpful and frustrating—sometimes even offensive or biased. Conversations with Things teaches you how to design conversations that are useful, ethical, and human-centered—because everyone deserves to be understood, especially you.

Engaged - Designing for Behavior Change

By Amy Bucher, released March 2020

Book description

Behavior change design creates entrancing—and effective—products and experiences. Whether you’ve studied psychology or are new to the field, you can incorporate behavior change principles into your designs to help people achieve meaningful goals, learn and grow, and connect with one another. Engaged offers practical tips for design professionals to apply the psychology of engagement to their work.

data science

Don't be afraid of AI. AI is not magic, rather it is algorithms that run through large amounts of data to make predictions or recognise patterns, for example. It's worth investing a little time. Especially for the working together with Data Scientists. Or to build and train your own smart chatbot.


An Analysis of the Persuasive Technology Design Features that Support Behavioural Change

By Alexander Asmah, Joshua Ofoeda and Ebenezer Agbozo 

Conference paper description

Persuasive Technologies (PTs) are designed to change attitudes or behaviours of the users through persuasion and social influence.


Recent studies have espoused the need for integrating design features in PTs to motivate users to perform desired action. However, the efficacy of these design features has not been empirically tested. This study seeks to assess whether the planned integration of design features into PTs lead to behaviour change. The study adopted the Persuasive Systems Design (PSD) model and empirically tested the design features among 150 Ghanaian Junior High School (JHS) students who were exposed to an interactive mathematic software program.

DataCamp: Learn Data Science

Plattform description

New to data science?

Gain the fundamental skills you need to speak the language of data with our FREE introductory courses on data science, machine learning, data visualization, data engineering, and cloud computing.


DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

Start learning

DataCamp: Learn Data Science

Plattform description

New to data science?

Gain the fundamental skills you need to speak the language of data with our FREE introductory courses on data science, machine learning, data visualization, data engineering, and cloud computing.


DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

Start learning for free

Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

An image that shows the Mimo app

Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

A picture that shows the book Machine Learning - in short & well

Machine Learning – kurz & gut

By Chi Nhan Nguyen and Oliver Zeigermann, released April 2018

Book description

Machine Learning erreicht heute beinahe alle Bereiche der Technik und der Gesellschaft. Dieses Buch bietet Interessierten, die einen technischen Hintergrund haben, die schnellstmögliche Einführung in das umfangreiche Themengebiet des maschinellen Lernens und der statistischen Datenanalyse

Read more

A picture that shows the Article Machine Learning for Designers

Machine Learning for Designers

By Patrick Hebron, released June 2016

Book description

This report introduces contemporary machine learning systems, but also provides a conceptual framework to help you integrate machine-learning capabilities into your user-facing designs.

Read more

resources

design leadership

Whether you’re interested in learning about management, giving and receiving feedback, managing yourself, leading meetings, or hiring well, these five books are worth reading.

Liftoff!

Practical Design Leadership to Elevate Your Team, Your Organization, and You

By Chris Avore & Russ Unger, Released July 2020

Book description

Liftoff! is your guide to leveling up as a design manager and leader. Its experience-driven approach—written by designers for designers—will help you hire and scale teams, develop careers, learn why diversity matters to your business, and solidify design’s role in your organization. Liftoff! will elevate your skills to lead your team and company to new heights.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership

by Richard Banfield, Released December 2015

Book description

What does it take to be the leader of a design firm or group? We often assume they have all the answers, but in this rapidly evolving industry they’re forced to find their way like the rest of us. So how do good design leaders manage? If you lead a design group, or want to understand the people who do, this insightful book explores behind-the-scenes strategies and tactics from leaders of top design companies throughout North America.

Based on scores of interviews he conducted over a two-year period—from small companies to massive corporations like ESPN—author Richard Banfield covers a wide range of topics.

Design Leadership Handbook

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

Design Leadership Handbook (free)

By Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery

E-Book description

This book will help you get your bearings as a leader, gain confidence, and learn tactical approaches from experts who have been in your shoes so you can support your team and advance your career.

The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

By Julie Zhuo, released March 2019

Book description

As your team's manager, you're expected to have all the answers. But what if you feel like you don't know what you're doing? Enter The Making of a Manager. It's an everything-you-need-to-know field guide to rocking your job, earning your confidence, and leading your team to new horizons.

Discussing Design

by Adam Connor, Aaron Irizarry, released June 2015

Book description

Real critique has become a lost skill among collaborative teams today. Critique is intended to help teams strengthen their designs, products, and services, rather than be used to assert authority or push agendas under the guise of "feedback." In this practical guide, authors Adam Connor and Aaron Irizarry teach you techniques, tools, and a framework for helping members of your design team give and receive critique. Using firsthand stories and lessons from prominent figures in the design community, this book examines the good, the bad, and the ugly of feedback. You come away with tips, actionable insights, activities, and a cheat sheet for practicing critique as a part of your collaborative process.

design

How do I design for behavior change? What criteria must products meet that are designed for people in high-risk? Why we need designers to develop humane, ethical AI?


Explore the resources and get inspired!

Big Data, Big Design: Why Designers Should Care about Artificial Intelligence

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Pocket Biases

Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.

By Buster Benson

App description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

Life and Death Design

by Helen Armstrong, released October 2021

Book description

What does this topic have to do with you? Designers stand at the verge of a great professional opportunity: artificial intelligence. This technology enables computers to study the world and make predictions using unstructured data. We can speak to machines—and machines can speak back. We can gesture to devices, expressing emotion and intent, and machines can respond meaningfully. We can look to computers not just for interaction, but for companionship. How can designers adapt and thrive in this evolving terrain? How might we map out new brands, platforms and experiences between human and machine? What dangers must we address? What destructive ideologies must we reveal? What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype? Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About A.I. takes on these questions.

Life and Death Design

By Katie Swindler, released December 2021 

Book description

Emergencies—landing a malfunctioning plane, resuscitating a heart attack victim, or avoiding a head-on car crash—all require split-second decisions that can mean life or death. Fortunately, designers of life-saving products have leveraged research and brain science to help users reduce panic and harness their best instincts. Life and Death Design brings these techniques to everyday designers who want to help their users think clearly and act safely.

Conversations with Things

By Diana Deibel & Rebecca Evanhoe, released April 2021 

Book description

Welcome to the future, where you can talk with the digital things around you: voice assistants, chatbots, and more. But these interactions can be unhelpful and frustrating—sometimes even offensive or biased. Conversations with Things teaches you how to design conversations that are useful, ethical, and human-centered—because everyone deserves to be understood, especially you.

Engaged - Designing for Behavior Change

By Amy Bucher, released March 2020

Book description

You can have every bias in your pocket by adding this website to your mobile phone’s homescreen.

This app is built using a really cool new service from Glide that lets you turn any spreadsheet into an app. 99% of the awesome here is thanks to their great work.

Since I get this question a lot, I’ll answer it pre-emptively. “What can I do to be less biased?” My answer, after thinking about this for many years, is that the best we can do is to reduce the time and energy we expend trying to defend our biases and blind spots when they’re challenged. I call it developing honest bias.

data science

Don't be afraid of AI. AI is not magic, rather it is algorithms that run through large amounts of data to make predictions or recognise patterns, for example. It's worth investing a little time. Especially for the working together with Data Scientists. Or to build and train your own smart chatbot.


An Analysis of the Persuasive Technology Design Features that Support Behavioural Change

By Alexander Asmah, Joshua Ofoeda and Ebenezer Agbozo 

Conference paper description

Persuasive Technologies (PTs) are designed to change attitudes or behaviours of the users through persuasion and social influence.


Recent studies have espoused the need for integrating design features in PTs to motivate users to perform desired action. However, the efficacy of these design features has not been empirically tested. This study seeks to assess whether the planned integration of design features into PTs lead to behaviour change. The study adopted the Persuasive Systems Design (PSD) model and empirically tested the design features among 150 Ghanaian Junior High School (JHS) students who were exposed to an interactive mathematic software program.

DataCamp: Learn Data Science

Plattform description

New to data science?

Gain the fundamental skills you need to speak the language of data with our FREE introductory courses on data science, machine learning, data visualization, data engineering, and cloud computing.


DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

Start learning

DataCamp: Learn Data Science

Plattform description

New to data science?

Gain the fundamental skills you need to speak the language of data with our FREE introductory courses on data science, machine learning, data visualization, data engineering, and cloud computing.


DataCamp is the easiest way to learn data science at your own pace with the highest-quality FREE learning content—in just five minutes a day!


DataCamp for is designed for all skill levels and offers the most in-depth content to learn Python, R, and SQL.

Start learning for free

Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

An image that shows the Mimo app

Mimo: Learn to code anytime, from anywhere

App description

Bite-size exercises

Complete bite-sized exercises with real code and immediate feedback


Code Playground

Experiment with examples, write and run code, and save your projects


Streaks

Set a daily goal and maintain a streak to make a habit of coding

A picture that shows the book Machine Learning - in short & well

Machine Learning – kurz & gut

By Chi Nhan Nguyen and Oliver Zeigermann, released April 2018

Book description

Machine Learning erreicht heute beinahe alle Bereiche der Technik und der Gesellschaft. Dieses Buch bietet Interessierten, die einen technischen Hintergrund haben, die schnellstmögliche Einführung in das umfangreiche Themengebiet des maschinellen Lernens und der statistischen Datenanalyse

Read more

A picture that shows the Article Machine Learning for Designers

Machine Learning for Designers

By Patrick Hebron, released June 2016

Book description

This report introduces contemporary machine learning systems, but also provides a conceptual framework to help you integrate machine-learning capabilities into your user-facing designs.

Read more

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+49 15123009093

Email

hi@connynaumann.com

contact

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+49 15123009093

Email

hi@connynaumann.com