We see it every day – robots taking on tasks that we didn’t think possible just a few short years ago. This particular topic or task is employing AI to create responsive webpages that change and update automatically with new content. How do we keep up with the user demand for personalization at each level, and their insatiable quest for instant gratification? Sure, web developers have streamlined their content management systems and added features to automatically capture user input and habits, then apply it for a customized but limited user experience. This where AI and machine learning come into play.One such example is a startup that leverages AI to build websites to make form dynamically adapt to content. Imagine machines making pertinent design decisions based on artificial intelligence, where it intelligently analyzes user content to find optimal fonts, graphics, and layouts that best compliment their website and design tastes. This is where machines are truly making … [Read more...] about Will machine learning and AI change responsive web design?
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As we’re sliding into 2018, it’s safe to say AI-powered machines can do just about anything. They can detect breast cancer. Paint a new Rembrandt. Even tell us if there’s fresh coffee in the kitchen. So it was only a matter of time before artificial intelligence found its way into design. Last year, we used the AI-powered tool Brandmark, developed by Jack Qiao, to redesign TNW’s logo. The software works by identifying an icon, font pair, and color scheme based on some keywords about the brand. The results were somewhat underwhelming — nothing to fire our designers over just yet: Other attempts were more successful, however. Last year, as part of a marketing campaign, Nutella used an AI-powered algorithm to design seven million labels for their product. Some of the colorful designs showed polka dots, others featured zigzag lines, yet each design was one-of-kind. The “Nutella Unica” jars, which were only available in Italy, sold out … [Read more...] about Need labels for your product? A new logo? A new website? Have AI design them
posted on 25 Sep 2017, 03:07 8 1. iushnt (Posts: 2637; Member since: 06 Feb 2013) The notch makes the phone look so awkward posted on 25 Sep 2017, 03:45 4 5. trojan_horse (banned) (Posts: 5868; Member since: 06 May 2016) New stuff always look awkward at first glance, but later because somewhat mainstream in the long run. posted on 25 Sep 2017, 03:49 2 6. Settings (Posts: 2725; Member since: 02 Jul 2014) Waste of space imo. They could have just put cursor buttons when in landscape or some V20-ish shortcuts. 20. bambamboogy02 (Posts: 742; Member since: 23 Jun 2012) Bezel-less my butt, they just stuffed every component in one spot, the HUGE RECTANGLE taking up screen space.. This is the 2nd most idiotic design ever, A Glass back is the first. posted on 25 Sep 2017, 05:40 1 16. TMHKR (Posts: 133; Member since: 08 Dec 2012) And they are still a gimmick. Screen should be perfectly rectangular, period. posted on 25 Sep 2017, 06:02 0 17. cmdacos … [Read more...] about Comments for : If you like your notch, you can keep your notch: Apple’s web design tips for the iPhone X
By Pete Cashmore2006-01-05 09:19:37 UTC I just discovered an intriguing Wired article about how Lego has applied "Web 2.0 peer-production techniques" (Chris Anderson's words, not mine!) to the development of their latest Mindstorms robotics kits. The company called up a bunch of Lego fanatics and asked them to help with the development of the product. While it's obvious that companies should source talent from outside their own walls, most are too conceited to bother - how could their customers know more about their product than they do? Umair Haque refers to this outsourcing of work as an "edge competence" - web companies like Flickr, Digg and del.icio.us have gone so far as to outsource all their "production" to the user, with great results. Of course, we typically refer to this trend as "user-generated content", but the model could also be used to outsource the design process - let everybody contribute to the system, then extract the best stuff. Flickr has applied this … [Read more...] about Lego Drinks the Web 2.0 Kool-Aid
In the Dubai of 2050, the world looks both instantly familiar and utterly strange. Here, urban planning is driven by an omniscient AI installed at the top of a skyscraper; your smart bathroom mirror tracks your physical health; and you interface with the government through a personalized “genie,” a hologram in the form of a virtual Emirati gentleman in traditional garb. All of these future products are skinned in a particular visual aesthetic of friendly white-on-black animated icons like a minimalist, sentient version of Apple’s iOS. This uncanny scene was on display at the United Arab Emirates’ second annual Government Summit, hosted in Dubai in February 2014. A three-day event comprised of dozens of speakers — including Sir Richard Branson — and over 4,000 participants, it bills itself as the “largest annual government gathering in the world.” The gathering was meant to “build hope, build life and future, and make people … [Read more...] about The Future Agency: Inside the big business of imagining the future