March 30, 2020 (Conference Day 1)
9:30 – 9:35 Welcome

Helle Martens

9:35 – 10:10

Trine Falbe, Danish Author, Lecturer, and Freelance UX Researcher
Trine Falbe, Danish Author, Lecturer, and Freelance UX Researcher
Ethical Design
Trine Falbe
A talk about Ethical Design, and the many ways it can be incorporated into the work process.
10:10 – 10:55

Laura Yarrow, senior UX Designer at Experience UX in Bournemouth
Laura Yarrow, senior UX Designer at Experience UX in Bournemouth
A Systems Thinking Approach to Designer Ethics
Laura Yarrow
What is Systems Thinking, and how can we use this approach to understand the impact we have as designers on society and the world.
10:55 – 11:25

Rebecca Rae-Evans, Founder of the Manchester Design Studio Reply
Rebecca Rae-Evans, Founder of the Manchester Design Studio Reply
The Cynic’s Guide to Designing For Social Good
Rebecca Rae-Evans
This talk is all about what not to do when designing for social good. What works, what doesn’t work, and what makes Rebecca scream into a pillow with rage at the end of the working day.
11:25 – 11:45 20 minute break
11:45 – 12:07

Layla Husain, Service Designer at Helsingborg City
Layla Husain, Service Designer at Helsingborg City
Designing for Good
Layla Husain
Do you want to do good, but are you just not sure how to get started? We created the group Designers for Good as a way to take action. In this talk, I’ll talk about our journey so far, and share our learnings with you. My hope is that you will be inspired to start Designing for Good too!
12:07 – 12:32

Sebastian D’Amore, Product Designer at Mural in Buenos Aires
Sebastian D’Amore, Product Designer at Mural in Buenos Aires

How We Can Influence Others By Improving the Design Community

Sebastian D’Amore
The story of how a design community grew from four to 2000 people in just five years – and how they did it!
12:32 – 13:00

Growing Trees Network Foundation
Growing Trees Network Foundation
The Growing Trees Network
Stina Simonsen
We have donated 150 trees to the Growning Trees Network this year! Stina will be sharing their story with us.
13:00 – 13:30 30 minute lunch break
13:30 – 14:00

Sara Lerén, Director of Sustainable Design at inUse, Stockholm
Sara Lerén, Director of Sustainable Design at inUse, Stockholm
Maximize Your Impact by Designing for Minds of All Kinds
Sara Lerén
Sara will be giving us hands-on advice about how to make the best use of neurodiversity to maximize the impact of your design as well as your communication.
14:00 – 15:30

Khai Seng Hong, Founder of the design studio Dojo in Singapore
Khai Seng Hong, Founder of the design studio Dojo in Singapore
Designing a Dream Organization
Khai Seng Hong
In this interactive talk, Khai Seng will be sharing his philosophy of what it takes to design and build a healthy organization and a great place to work, and giving you tips on how to do the same! 
15:30 – 15:45 20 minute break
15:45– 16:20

Eva PenzeyMoog, Principal Designer at 8th Light in Chicago
Eva PenzeyMoog, Principal Designer at 8th Light in Chicago

Designing Against Domestic Violence

Eva PenzeyMoog
How can we prevent people with violent intentions from using our digital products as tools of abuse? This talk will help the audience understand the intersections of technology and domestic violence and provide a framework for designing against domestic violence.
16:20 – 17:15

Pete Trainor, Designer, Author, Mental Health Campaigner and CEO at VALA, London
Pete Trainor, Designer, Author, Mental Health Campaigner and CEO at VALA, London
More Than Humanly Possible
Pete Trainor
Since the last time we saw him in 2017, Pete has been on an incredible journey of Designing For Good. It is with great pleasure that we invite him back to share an extraordinary story of how a project he worked on has had a huge influence on how Ai can help solve real human issues.
17:15 – 18:00 45 minute break
18:00 – 20:00

Don Norman, first-mover and leader in the application of human-centered design
Don Norman, first-mover and leader in the application of human-centered design
Discussing Influence and Designing For Good
with Don Norman
Because we cannot host a dinner party this year, we instead invite you to join us for an interactive discussion about the theme, Influence and Designing For Good, with Don Norman
Don’t forget to stay tuned to Tech For Good Live to listen to their podcasts from UX Copenhagen!Tech for Good Live
March 31, 2020 (Conference Day 2)
9:30 – 9:35 Welcome with Helle Martens
9:35 – 10:45

Nadia Plesner, Danish Painter, Author, and Teacher
Nadia Plesner, Danish Painter, Author, and Teacher
Simple Living – Battles and Artwork From Inside a Campervan
Nadia Plesner
”Simple Living” is the story of a young woman who suddenly found herself battling against Louis Vuitton in court because of a piece of art. It is also a story of incredible courage, and how willpower can end up changing the lives of thousands of people in more ways than one.
10:45 – 11:00 15 minute break
11:00 – 11:30

Sophie Walker, COO and co-Founder of Dsposal in Manchester
Sophie Walker, COO and co-Founder of Dsposal in Manchester
The Path to Passive Compliance: Designing Waste Systems That Work
Sophie Walker
How can we use design and UX to change behavior and make waste something that anyone can understand and engage with? This talk will explore what Dsposal has tried to do in the UK.
11:30 – 12:05

Trevor Swart, Founder and Director of UX & Product at AUX Studo in Cape Town 
Trevor Swart, Founder and Director of UX & Product at AUX Studo in Cape Town
Can Behavioral Design and Gamification Combat a Crisis?
Trevor Swart
Trevor will tell us about two fantastic AUX Studio projects that have really made sustainable change in the world. The talk will explain how these projects are relevant for person projects and rapid prototyping, and will give you tips on how you can explore different ways to get product ideas out in your own teams.
12:05- 12:35 30 minute lunch break
12:35 – 14:00

Debbie Levitt, CEO of Delta UX in Sardinia
Debbie Levitt, CEO of Delta UX in Sardinia
Stop Evangelizing UX – And What to Do Instead
Debbie Levitt
In this interactive workshop, Debbie will examine the pitfalls of evangelism, and share with us what actions to take instead.
14:00 – 14:20 20 minute break
14:20 – 14:50

Per Axbom, Freelance Digital Designer, Coach and Teacher from Stockholm
Per Axbom, Freelance Digital Designer, Coach and Teacher from Stockholm
First, Design No Harm
Per Axbom
The field of medical ethics has evolved for thousands of years. Per’s talk will take all of these (and more) aspects into account, and show how digital design can keep innovating in unison with ethics, instead of assuming a conflict with innovation that is more imagined than real.
14:50 – 15:25

Karen Liu, Sr. Product Designer at Brave in San Francisco
Karen Liu, Sr. Product Designer at Brave in San Francisco
Can’t be Evil: Setting an Example With Brave
Karen Liu
This talk is about a company trying to give power back to the everyday user by protecting user privacy, fighting back against the surveillance economy, and rewarding web content creators at the same time.
15:25 – 15:45 20 minute break
15:45 – 16:23

Doug Collins, senior UX Researcher at CACI, Inc. in Denver
Doug Collins, senior UX Researcher at CACI, Inc. in Denver
Design Heroes: Design for Good in Action
Doug Collins
This talk will explore the stories of remarkable designers around the world finding problems within their community – and taking actions that change lives. Why do some of these heroes succeed, and how can we as designers replicate this success – starting today?
16:23 – 17:30

Jose Coronado, VP of Global Design Operations at JP Morgan in New York
Jose Coronado, VP of Global Design Operations at JP Morgan in New York
“To the Future Together”
Jose Coronado
As design practitioners and leaders, we must prepare ourselves to face the challenges that are presented to us in an evolving interactive landscape. We must be proactive in an increasingly connected, revolutionized and changing world. As influencers and leaders, we must reflect, adapt and evolve to go to the future together.