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Trust and Responsibility in Design (Interaction Design Day)
September 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Celebrate Interaction Design Day with your community by joining us for an in-depth conversation about trust and responsibility in design!
We should all know by now that what we produce as designers and technologists can have unintended consequences. From concerns about privacy and transparency to perpetuating inequities and bias, what we produce can have far-reaching and unintentional impacts.
Even if you’re interested in starting this discussion at your own workplace, where can you start? How do companies decide to engage in ethical decision making frameworks? How can designers anticipate what might happen?
Our panel will discuss the responsibilities of designers in the modern world, and how we can build trust and practice ethical design. You’ll come away with tactical methods for engaging in these topics in your own work, and how to leverage tools/frameworks to make design a practical reflection of the society that we want to live in.
Moderated by Sheryl Cababa – Executive Creative Director at Artefact
– Albert Shum – CVP of Design, Experiences & Devices Group at Microsoft
– Cheryl Platz – Principal UX Designer, Human-Centered Design Team at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
– More panelists coming soon!
6:00p | Doors open
6:00 – 6:30p | people arrive; food & drink & spontaneous conversation
6:30 – 7:45p | panel discussion + Q&A
7:45 – 8:30p | more food & drink & spontaneous conversation, clean up!
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