Designing more ethical and unbiased approaches

Maryland Ballroom

Humans are biased. Sadly, we are not always able to filter our deeply ingrained biases. UX designers and researchers have long understood this, but as we watch major technology companies make significant mistakes with regard to ethics and bias, the cost of not accounting for bias and ethics is becoming more evident and widely known.

We’ll share ways you can empower yourself and your teams to do the right thing. Even knowing what pitfalls exist, we still miss opportunities for doing good as a result of our own human biases obscuring our vision. We need tools to explore and challenge our biases productively to deliver better outcomes. We need shared values across all roles in software development and, ultimately, across industry to promote our common responsibility to deliver the greatest benefit while causing the least harm. How can we work together to intensify the focus on ethical design?

Entry level UX Strategy