|March 29, 2020 (External Workshop) 2pm – 6pm Jose Coronado “Innovation Leadership”|
|March 30, 2020 (Conference Day 1)|
|8:00 – 9.15||Coffee and a light breakfast + networking|
|9:15 – 9:30||Welcome
|9:30 – 10:10||Ethical Design
A talk about Ethical Design, and the many ways it can be incorporated into the work process.
|10:15 – 10:35||A Systems Thinking Approach to Designer Ethics
What is Systems Thinking, and how can we use this approach to understand the impact we have as designers on society and the world.
|10:40 – 11:10||
The Cynic’s Guide to Designing For Social Good
|11:10 – 11:40||Coffee and networking|
|11:40 – 12:00||The Path to Passive Compliance: Designing Waste Systems That Work
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.
|12.05 – 12:25||Maximize Your Impact by Designing for Minds of All Kinds
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.
|12.30 – 12.50||
How We Can Influence Others By Improving the Design Community
|The Growing Trees Network|
|13:05 – 14:05||Lunch|
|14:05– 15.35||Choose between:
|15:35 – 16:05||Coffee and networking|
|16.05 – 16.35||Building DesignOps Teams in the Organization
Pat Bertini and Brennan Hartich
Brennan and Pat will share with you their experiences in working together to build the DesignOps team at Intuit. You will hear about what functions need to be put together, what can be used to help measure success, what is needed to help teams grow, and how you can understand what is expected from different teams at each level.
|16.40- 17:30||A very special surprise: An Example of Designing For Good In Real Life
|17:30 – 19:00||Drinks!|
|19.00 – 22.00||Speakers’ Dinner|
|March 31, 2020 (Conference Day 2)|
|8:00 – 8:45||Coffee and a light breakfast + networking|
|8:45 – 9:00||Welcome|
|9:00 – 9:40||Simple Living – Battles and Artwork From Inside a Campervan
”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.
|9:45 – 10:05||Design Heroes: Design for Good in Action
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?
|10:10 – 10:30||Can Behavioral Design and Gamification Combat a Crisis?
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.
|10:35- 10:55||Can’t be Evil: Setting an Example With Brave
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.
|11:00 – 11:30||Coffee and networking|
|11:30 – 11:50||Designing Against Domestic Violence
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.
|11:55 – 12:15||Designing for your Worst User!
UX Design has typically been about making experiences easier, more enjoyable, and more valuable for our user. But in recent years, we’ve started to realize that there truly are bad actors whose primary intention is to do harm. How might we take what we already know about UX Design and design for those bad actors to make the experience harder and less enjoyable explicitly for people who are trying to abuse our products and apps?
|12:20 – 12:50||First, Design No Harm
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.
|12:55 – 13.15||Designing for Good
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!
|13.15 – 14.15||Lunch|
|14.15 – 15.45||Choose between:
|15:45 – 16:15||Coffee and networking|
|16:15 – 17:00||“To the Future Together”
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.
|17:00 – ?||External event – drinks at a bar closeby!|
|April 1, 2020 (External Workshop) 9:30 am – 3pm Brennan Hartich “Communicating and Establishing DesignOps as a New Function”|
|April 2, 2020 (External Workshop) 9:30 am – 3pm Rebecca Rae-Evans and Jonny Rae-Evans “Designing for Good: How Ethical is Your Upcoming Project?”|