✨ Designing for AI: tips, tricks & things to consider

by Erik Janzen and Tom deBruyn | at Minnebar 18 | 2:50 – 3:35 in Nokomis | View Schedule

The growth of AI today brings many new and exiting ideas. What makes an AI experience good for the user? Join Tom and Erik for a conversation about designing for AI based on their own experiences.

We'll discuss:

  • designing for trust

  • principles of good AI UX

  • real world examples

Participants will leave this session with tips, tricks, and things consider when designing for AI.


Erik Janzen

Erik Janzen is a UX Designer, storyteller and dog dad.

With a focus on designing for AI/ML, he currently works at Thomson Reuters where he collaborates on CoCounsel, the AI legal assistant. CoCounsel uses Chat GPT in combination with unique machine learning algorithms in an intuitive user interface to craft a new way for legal professionals to accomplish their tasks with AI/ML.

He has over 17 years of experience in design ranging from video production, special events, and graphic design.

Tom deBruyn

Product Designer at Ford Motor Company, excited about the future of mobility, addressing climate change, and psychological safety in the workplace.

Day-to-day, I work with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistence Systems) Analytics; specializing in privacy-first geospatial insights and business metrics. I design an internal content platform for sharing insights and studies derived from connected vehicle data. I'm also working to build AI tools that surface documentation, institutional knowledge and perform simple analytics using a Natural Language-to-SQL approach. This helps Data Scientists free their attention from repetitive business metrics to deeper studies that help improve transportation everywhere Ford vehicles are on the road.

I'm a foodie, love the outdoors, building things with my hands.

(All views presented are my own, and not representative of Ford Motor Company's views.)

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