- “There is this fantastic service that you can take the content of a job description, put it into that, and it will remove the gender bias from it.”
- “As design does evolve, and as tools evolve, and as patterns evolve, I think we could get to a point where design is less about sort of pixel level craft, it's about more higher level value.”
- “One of the things that I'm most excited about is the reemergence of niche networks.”
- “Facebook was used as a platform to promote hate in Myanmar which led to an unconscionable number of real deaths, a massive refugee crisis.”
Season 03 Episode 07
Evolving Digital Design
Featuring Daniel Harvey
The digital design profession has undergone tumultuous change over the last decades, lessons from which inform the future of AI-driven computational design. Daniel Harvey, Head of Product Design & Brand at The Dots Global, is our guest.
Design has evolved since the rise of the Internet and mobile computing, resulting in unintended negative consequences in our world such as the appropriation of social media technologies by evil actors, and the pernicious influences of bias and other invisible forces. In extreme cases our tools even contribute to the culmination of the most horrific of outcomes, such as the genocide in Rohingya. We explore how these complicated dynamics provide a glimpse into the future of design and technology.