I'm a writer using language and interaction to engage people in new and interesting ways. Previously, I was a partner at HAWRAF, an interactive design & technology studio in New York. Prior to HAWRAF, I worked humanizing AI and evolving the Google logo. I've given voices to Fortune 500 companies & chatbots alike and write on design.
Chatbot language dynamics.
Introducing HAWRAF to new clients.
Drink more water.
I can paint both my left and right nails with their opposing hands.
How to automate their inbox.
Carly’s CreativeMornings activity
Learn how people adapt to the world around them. Bring that into your design practice.
We should all ... understand how each of us is an individual and is unique, but also focus on what is universally important to all of us. That way, we can increase access, reduce friction, create a more emotional connection—in literally whatever you design.
Tim Allen Inclusive design uses diversity to guide innovation
What we design is a byproduct of how we design.
Our greatest asset when we design is human diversity.
Simon Sinek Understanding The Game We're Playing
Kevin Huynh A journey through CreativeMornings
We just can't assume that technology will fix all of the country's problems.
I really like the idea of designers changing the world, but I'd really just like to see them change San Francisco.
These people need help, not Apple watches.
Design is neutral. When they say "design" what they really mean is "money."
Talking to a designer about design is like talking to a brick wall about bricks.
The first step is getting over yourself, just try to be a good citizen, be a good helper, just do the basic things, and in that way, you’re in the service of a good message.
Jennifer Daniel Design Is Capitalism
Fluidity and growth need to be a constituent of my work and life for me to be happy.
You are never not supported by the Earth.
Jennifer Armbrust Proposals for the Feminine Economy
Instead of painting graffiti that emulated signs, I started painting signs that emulated graffiti.
It's unfortunate that it usually takes a near death experience to make us realize how valuable our time really is.
[Your time] is more valuable than money. It's something you can never get back.