First, design no harm

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March 31, 2020

First, design no harm

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March 31, 2020
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  1. First, design no harm… Per Axbom

  2. Abusive environments

  3. Abusive environments

  4. Abusive environments

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  6. If you screw people over they are going to stop

    doing business with you, and they’ll tell all their friends to stop doing business with you. “
  7. If you screw people over they are going to stop

    doing business with you, and they’ll tell all their friends to stop doing business with you. – Voices of privilege “
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  9. 1. Society normalises unhealthy behaviour and people may not understand

    that their relationship is abusive. data habits privacy contracts Why people do not leave abusive relationships
  10. Why people do not leave abusive relationships 2. Victims feel

    personally re"onsible for the abusive behavior. “It’s me” “My fault” “My lack of self-control” “I didn’t read the terms.” “I’m struggling, everyone else seems fine.”
  11. Why people do not leave abusive relationships 3. If you

    stick it out, things might change. “Remember the good times.” “It’s not all bad.” “I think people are starting to notice. “ “It can’t get worse?”
  12. Why people do not leave abusive relationships 4. You share

    a life together. Here are your photos. Here are you colors. Here are your friends. “I can’t leave all my stuff!”
  13. Why people do not leave abusive relationships 5. Leaving is

    made difficult. Please call. These hours only. 7 days before renewal. “You’ll lose all your history.”
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  15. The ability to abuse Conversion-driven design…

  16. The ability to abuse I want to help people. “

  17. The ability to abuse I want to help people. “

    A position to help is also a position to abuse.
  18. The ability to abuse I want to help people. “

    A position to help is also a position to
  19. The ability to abuse covert nudge naive exclusion neglect

  20. The ability to abuse Well hey, if they don’t like

    it they can just leave. “ – You, when you’ve gone too far.
  21. The ability to abuse Well hey, if they don’t like

    it they can just leave. “ – You, when you’ve gone too far.
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  23. Addiction Surveillance Data exploitation Dark patterns Coercion Exclusion Obstacles Access

    Communication Collaboration Relationships Time management Participation Control Neglect Why ethical codes matter empower abuse
  24. Why ethical codes matter

  25. […] what is our Hippocratic Oath for design. Can you

    talk about how you’re thinking about that these days? “ Why ethical codes matter
  26. […] I think if we made the oath to first

    do no harm as designers, we would likely never do anything new. […] I worry about an automatic reaction to the kind of ethical dilemmas that we have today, with technology, to be, we’re not gonna take any risks. “ – Tim Brown Why ethical codes matter
  27. We need systems in place to ensure that “ we

    don’t do too much harm. Or we don’t harm intentionally. Why ethical codes matter
  28. we don’t do too much harm. Why ethical codes matter

  29. we don’t do too much harm. ? Why ethical codes

    matter “
  30. some abuse will be worth it ? Why ethical codes

    matter
  31. Ethical codes SUPPORT risk-taking. Why ethical codes matter Ethical codes

    SUPPORT innovation. Ethical codes SUPPORT moving forward.
  32. Ethical codes SUPPORT risk-taking. Why ethical codes matter Ethical codes

    SUPPORT innovation. Ethical codes SUPPORT moving forward. Minimizing harm.
  33. Why ethical codes matter

  34. Learnings from medical ethics

  35. Learnings from medical ethics

  36. Learnings from medical ethics 1. It’s not recommended to always

    treat patients as you yourself would like to be treated.
  37. Learnings from medical ethics 2. Risk-taking to improve well- being

    is fine, but only with the full, informed consent of the person at risk.
  38. Learnings from medical ethics 3. People have a right to

    make decisions that are bad for themselves.
  39. Learnings from medical ethics 4. Be open about lack of

    knowledge.
  40. Learnings from medical ethics 5. Avoiding harm is not enough,

    you also have to take steps to contribute to well-being.
  41. Learnings from medical ethics 6. Think about, discuss and record

    ethical considerations and feel confident that you can justify your decisions.
  42. Learnings from medical ethics

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  44. Bridge the conversations

  45. Bridge the conversations

  46. Bridge the conversations

  47. Bridge the conversations

  48. Bridge the conversations

  49. Bridge the conversations

  50. Bridge the conversations

  51. Bridge the conversations

  52. Bridge the conversations

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  54. The virus helped me remember why I chose this profession.

  55. Per Axbom I encourage you to work in ways that

    help you remember why you chose your profession. axbom.com/first Get slides at Coach • Designer • Writer Teacher • Podcaster Per Axbom