Articles by Alice Preston

Photo of AliceAlice Preston has worked in User Research and Design for over 20 years. She has helped create solutions for telecom, research, nonprofit, education, legal, pharma and financial services. Alice served on the UX Magazine editorial and translation teams, and has been active in the New Jersey UXPA chapter since its beginning.

Como Aprendizado Automático e IA Realizam Magia, Como os Profissionais da UX podem ajudar?

(English) Artificial intelligence (AI) is a collection of technologies that enables machines to perform tasks that previously would require human intelligence, such as learning, reasoning, solving problems, and adjusting to new input. The technology can augment and even replace human activities. Recent research on the impact of AI, described in the Accenture Technology Vision (2017), reveals that AI could double annual economic growth rates in 2035 by changing the nature of work and creating a new relationship between man and machine. [Leia mais]

Criatividade em Design e UX (Resenha)

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Uma resenha de Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All de Tom Kelley e David Kelley. Criatividade e design na experiência de usuário. [Leia mais]

Tornar a Internet acessível a todos

Uma resenha de "A Web for Everyone", de Sarah Horton e Whitney Quesenbery. Uma visão de um futuro no qual todos nós podemos usar a internet. [Leia mais]

Reprojetar a assistência médica

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Uma análise de Design for Care [Design para Cuidar] por Peter H. Jones. Aplicação do design thinking aos sistemas de assistência médica. [Leia mais]

Deixar as palavras de lado (Análise de Livro)

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Uma resenha de Letting Go of the Words: Writing Web Content that Works (2ª edição), de Janice (Ginny). Redish Neste livro influente, Janice Redish reúne Gestão de Conteúdo, escrita clara e testes de usabilidade, com exemplos úteis, estudos de caso e histórias. [Leia mais]

(English) Access in Africa: A Personal Perspective

(English) A digitizing project highlighted additional accessibility challenges for many in Africa: a lack of the basic infrastructure that the Global North takes for granted. [Leia mais]