Huge thank you to all my workshop participants for helping to make the workshop the thoughtful, reflective and safe space I always hope for. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to share my thinking and learn from others, and I extend my gratitude to the brilliant co-chairs and the many volunteers and reviewers who make EuroIA a tight-knit family of practitioners always striving to do better.
Most of the content I put out into the world is creative commons. Use it, share it, build upon it and make it better. Any shout-out to me is of course greatly appreciated. I love to see these ideas being put into practice.
For some people this is a workshop that challenges a lot of beliefs and could make you question work you do. Don't be afraid to reach out if you are struggling to process some ot the things we talked about.
The workbook I use in my workshop can be downloaded in two different layouts. The first one is a regular page-by-page PDF in chronological order. The second one is in booklet format, meaning you can print out the booklet double-sided and fold it into an A5-booklet yourself.
Here are some links I would suggest that you check out. Let me know if I've forgotten something that I may have mentioned during the day.
“Why do we do risk assessments for the product itself but not for the people using it? Why don’t we think about how we can harm our users?!” An ever so relevant workshop by the witty @axbom #euroia18 pic.twitter.com/B7VdrdbKTh— Peter #euroia18 (@pvermaer) September 28, 2018
.@axbom's design ethics workshop was a #euroia18 highlight! He unpacked an overloaded term *and* shared with us practical tools to actually design ethically and inclusively. Check out more materials here: https://t.co/ylfQdZDLcX https://t.co/CtukSyY4ht— Di Dang #EuroIA18📍Dublin (@dqpdang) October 1, 2018