We are back at UX Copenhagen! With Coronavirus taking the conference fully online this year, we’re running a number of special remote podcast episodes called “Making Friends with… "
In this series, a member of the Tech for Good Live team will spend some time chatting to one of the UX Copenhagen speakers, and by the end of it we’ll be best friends. GUARANTEED.
First up, we have Per Axbom.
During his work with the handbook 'Digital Compassion', and related workshops that he hosts, Per has often come across misconceptions about how an ethical mindset constrains innovation and creativity. But he has found that on the contrary, even medical ethics encourages risk-taking, and innovation in the field is booming.
The field of medical ethics has evolved for thousands of years. Per’s talk at UX Copenhagen took all of these (and more) aspects into account, and showed us how digital design can keep innovating in unison with ethics, instead of assuming a conflict with innovation that is more imagined than real.
In this episode, he talks to Bex about the complexity of ethics in design.
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