Republican or Democrat, journalist or lobbyist, prosecutor or defense attorney—Americans are united today facing a common challenge: navigating the U.S. President’s surprisingly well-documented lies and more-than-occasional partial truths. The following diagrams come from research into how universal microexpressions reveal emotions and thought processes that conflict with what one says. This field of research was popularized by the television detective show “Lie To Me” which frequently cut away to politicians and religious figures to evidence examples of a lying person’s tell.
President Donald Trump appears to have multiple tells. The remainder of this article is provided as a reference or a guide to help Americans tease apart his honesty from his dishonesty.
I’m a California-based designer. I lead cross-functional teams of experience designers, researchers, growth hackers and developers to help large companies shift toward an agile, sprint-based workflow to deliver customer experiences that differentiate clients in their fields.
Each day, I attempt to design experiences that contribute positively to people’s everyday lives—from imagining fun ways for fans to navigate a movie website to how a new search engine might surprise us by surfacing answers that are several steps ahead of the question we’re asking. Here’s the journey I took pursuing work that I feel lucky to do every day.
In my first week at the Brooklyn art and architecture college Pratt Institute, they assigned me a 3D Foundation course offered by Industrial Design. This was an activist program founded by Bauhaus exiles who had fled the rise of Nazism in 1930s Germany to settle at American art colleges in New York and Chicago. They were on a mission. …
Imagine online forms that ask only a few, essential questions. Imagine the surprise when it used to take two weeks to hear back whether your form was approved, but now it takes just two days—or even just two seconds.
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is an international research university located in southern California. The 2017-2018 edition of Times Higher Education ranks UCLA 15th in World University Rankings, and 13th in World Reputation Rankings.
Starting in 2013, UCLA initiated conversion of its graduate program’s paper-based forms to digital. As Lead User Experience Designer reporting directly to the Director of Technology, I led a six-person product team to research, design, develop, and deliver a comprehensive solution. …