Cover design for The Lolita Cover Project, edited by John Bertram. This book “explores the challenges and limits of representation (and mis-representation), and the relationship of a book to its cover through essays and graphic responses in the form of book covers for Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita. Other contributing designers include: Jessica Helfand, Ellen Lupton, Michel Vrana, Chin-Yee Lai and David Gee.
Workshops & Lectures
Reach out if you are interested in workshops/lectures that focus on accessibility and design or machine learning and design.
Interested in tools for designing with machine learning? Check out my machine learning capabilities cards. along with other resources
Digital Design Theory
How can designers adapt and thrive in the evolving terrain of artificial intelligence? 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.
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Helen Armstrong: Prof of Graphic Design, North Carolina State U. MICA MFA. Author of 4 books. Interested in design, disability & machine learning
I find this video mesmerizing: https://youtu.be/8bMX6rtw6qg
Just added this as a reading in my grad seminar :) Thank goodness for @JanelleCShane She keeps things in perspective.
The thing about large language models like GPT-3 and Lambda describing the experience of being self-aware is they can also describe the experience of being a squirrel.
PSA: I uploaded my *Steep Cost of Capture* piece to SSRN since ACM paywalled it.
So if you're looking for it, use this link 👇 Thank you and enjoy!
Honored to speak tomorrow about the impact of AI upon design practice at MASS: The 2nd International Media and Society Symposium #MLUX #Design #ncsudesign #AI2
Great Data Viz resources from @DatalabsAgency https://tinyurl.com/2p8d9p6u
Excited to welcome @paulpangaro to the NCSU MGD program for a lecture: "Conversation Imparts Agency to Human-Machine Interaction." http://shorturl.at/mES26
Excited for @paulpangaro's upcoming NCSU lecture: "Conversation Imparts Agency to Human-Machine Interaction." For more on his thoughts, check out the interview with Paul in my new book Big Data, Big Design http://shorturl.at/mpryO #AI #MLUX