First Thing Monday, edition #113
Howdy readers! In this week’s newsletter, I not writing about, or link to anything related to recent news about OpenAI or Sam Altman. Definitely interesting stuff, but those topics been covered to death. And will no doubt continue to be covered for the forseeable future.
Instead, here’s a bunch of other interesting things that I’ve been reading while I’ve been on holiday in the past week. How is AI changing design, and the creative process in general? That’s kinda the theme that I’m exploring here at the moment.
How to design generative AI experiences to be truly helpful - this is one of the better pieces I’ve read about how to think about designing for AI, an in particular, helping users with the quality of their input.
When every individual, every computer application and every piece of equipment is represented by a specialized artificial intelligence assistant, what will UX Design look like?
Andrea Isoni explains why Why generative AI solutions are just art assistants, not artists, and reminds us that Michelangelo and other artists have been using art assistants for a long time.
And finally - AI is the new UI is a terrific read on the past, and future, of digital design.
OK that’s it for this week. Hope you have a good one.