Workshop on April 2nd “Designing for Good: How Ethical is Your Upcoming Project?”

DKK 4,000.00 ex. vat

External workshop on April 2nd: Designing for Good.

“How ethical is your upcoming project?”
Everyone is talking about the need to design and build more ethical products and services. But how do we do that?

This practical and fun workshop will help you implement project ethics as part of your design and development process. This is a hands-on workshop, and you’ll be introduced to a variety of techniques and tools to help detect and consider unintended consequences, and to implement an ethical risk framework.

Start: April 2, 2020 From: 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
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Workshop: Designing for Good

“How ethical is your upcoming project?”
Everyone is talking about the need to design and build more ethical products and services. But how do we do that?

This practical and fun workshop will help you implement project ethics as part of your design and development process. This is a hands-on workshop, and you’ll be introduced to a variety of techniques and tools to help detect and consider unintended consequences, and to implement an ethical risk framework.

You might recognize the workshop facilitators Bex and Jonny – they have both been hosting the awesome Tech For Good Live podcast at UX Copenhagen since 2017!

Rebecca Rae-Evans, Bex, is founder of the design studio Reply, and the podcast Tech for Good Live. Rebecca has a varied and extensive 15 year agency background in research and user-centred design, working with blue chip clients on award-winning projects and leading departments. Deciding she wanted to align her work with her personal values, 6 years ago, Rebecca transitioned into working exclusively on projects that are for the social (and environmental) good. Read more about Rebecca, and about her talk, here: https://uxcopenhagen.com/rebecca

Jonny is Head of Design at Snook. For the last 10+ years, he has accumulated experience in service design, digital product design and user research. He believes that design can play a fundamental role in tackling social issues and, after moving from the commercial sector, Jonny’s focus has been primarily on projects that have a positive social impact. Read more about Jonny here: https://uxcopenhagen.com/jonny

Chech out Jonny’s brilliant talk from UX Copenhagen 2018 – Ethics & the Role of the User Experience Designer: “Designing For Good and the Subtle Art of Not Killing Anyone”

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