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
I erased the entire list [of tasks]. I just don't know if these things are the most important things to work on anymore. And, if they are important, they'll come back.
It's up to each of us to find poetry in our lives.
Communication through word and through line transcends eons.
To my mind, heritage is the passion for bringing the past into the future.
I always said yes to everything and figured the rest out later.
Our income went up, but our happiness went down.
We saw ourselves as just these two people who got lucky making these weird videos and now Google wants us to make one for them. It blew us away.
I think that's one thing we don't allow ourselves: the time to think. There's this fear that you need to be rushing.
When I first started working, before people knew my name, there was an assumption that I had to be a man because of the material and the few number of female sculptors at the time.
Working in cowhide and being a black female in South Africa comes with a whole lot of baggage.
Nandipha Mntambo Sexuality, Gender, and Art
Freedom is being able to define your constraints.
Freedom is the absence of constraints.
Daniel Baylis Creating within Constraints
Constraints invite inventiveness.
I create with the intent to share.
That ability to be just enough in the present moment is exactly what minimalism is.
Minimal is a relative term.
The term 'creativity' has become this currency associated with artistry and craftsmanship.
For me, happiness came in the form of making.