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New Version of Photoshop Lets Users Save Adjustment Layer Settings

Create and save your presets for future use or to share with other artists.

Humanizing Finance: AI-Infused Financial Brand Marketing on Social Media

The UXDA team assessed the potential of humanizing financial brands using ChatGPT and Midjourney by creating digital mascots based on the mobile service interface.

Fontonic – Customize fonts of any website with any fonts you like

Fontonic lets you easily change the fonts of any website with the fonts downloaded on your device. Changes are saved even after you close the tab. Changes are reflected on every page of the website. Revert back to original fonts anytime

Why you think your CMS is bad — and why it might not be

A brief history of getting content onto the web and why that matters for effective content management system design and implementation.

In Praise of Buttons – Part Two: The Cost of Removing Physical Controls

Now let’s have a look at physical buttons in product (or in­dus­trial) design and what’s happened to those in recent years. If you are strictly a UI/UX designer in the context of design for screens, you should still read this article. In my view, the importance of the expe­ri­ences of the physical world should not be underestimated when designing for screens. We use the same brain to make sense of…

NASA brings back retro ‘worm’ logo for upcoming Artemis 2 moon mission (photos)

Artemis 2, the first human moon mission in 50 years, will carry the iconic NASA “worm” logo upon the solid rocket boosters helping to heft the astronauts into space, agency officials stated on Thursday (Feb. 16).

One month with Microsoft’s AI vision of the future: Copilot Pro

Copilot Pro is a $20 per month subscription that includes AI features in Office apps and better image generation tools.  

Gemma: Introducing new state-of-the-art open models

Gemma is built for responsible AI development from the same research and technology used to create Gemini models.

This Tiny Website Is Google’s First Line of Defense in the Patent Wars

A trio of Google engineers recently came up with a futuristic way to help anyone who stumbles through presentations on video calls. They propose that when algorithms detect a speaker’s pulse racing or “umms” lengthening, a generative AI bot that mimics their voice could simply take over.

Design Principles for Generative AI Applications

Given this rapid commercialization of generative AI technologies, there is an urgent need for guidance on how to design user experiences that foster effective and safe use.

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