The Changing Face of Ethical Design: Why Responsible Intent Matters More Than Ever

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October 25, 2019

The Changing Face of Ethical Design: Why Responsible Intent Matters More Than Ever

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  2. Embedding Ethics into Your Design Intent Andy Vitale @andyvitale

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  5. Positive Impact Meaningfully improve the current state Quality experiences Exponential

    impact Stakes are higher
  6. People want to feel safe

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  8. People deserve to feel safe

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  11. World Wide Web Mobile Applications Social Media Wearables Voice Blockchain

    AI Augmented Reality Virtual Reality Web 2.0 Cloud Autonomous Vehicles
  12. For the good of my company vs. For the greater

    good
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  15. James Liang

  16. Ethics The discipline of dealing with what is good or

    bad and with moral duty and obligation Merriam-Webster
  17. What if you were asked to design for this?

  18. Designers need to 
 understand the potential consequences of their

    actions
  19. Inclusive Design The design of mainstream products and/or services 


    that are accessible to, and usable by, as many people 
 as reasonably possible ... without the need for special adaptation or specialised design British Standards Institute (2005)
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  21. Unintentional is not an excuse

  22. Typical Design Discovery Identify the problem Identify user needs Understand

    workflow and context
  23. Embed Ethics into Your Process What can go wrong? What

    if used by different people, the wrong people? What if used in a different context? Another purpose? Who can access the design? Who can’t?
  24. Ethical Design Best Practices Use data to improve the human

    experience Always prioritize usability Ask only for what you need Be transparent
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  26. -Mike Monteiro Everyone remembers the monster, but they call him

    
 by his maker’s name.
  27. Thanks.