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Ethics As A Design Tool

Webinar by Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Ethics As A Design Tool

This session introduces a method for ethical decision making in design and tech. Rather than a wet moralistic blanket covering the fires of creativity, ethics can be the hearth that makes our creative fires burn brighter without burning down the house.

Webinar

$ 49.00 $ 69.00

45 mins talk + 30 mins Q&A.
You can watch a recording later, too.

About the session

Tuesday, June 5, 15:00 GMT.

Every decision we make is one made on behalf of your user. How do we know the decisions we make are the right ones? It is time we initiate a conversation: About where we are and where we want to go, about how we define and measure goodness and rightness in the digital realm, about responsibility, about decisions and consequences, about building something bigger than our own apps. It is time we talk about the ethics of design.

Key takeaway: A methodology, based on four moral philosophies, of how to make ethics part of the decision process in design and beyond.

Format: 45 min presentation + 15min Q&A.

1 hour. Tuesday, June 5, 15:00 GMT.

About The Speaker

Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a senior staff instructor at LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com with 60+ courses published on WordPress, web standards, design and UX, and future technologies. He also teaches Interaction Design at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and contributes to WordPress core and community projects.
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