The Inclusive Design Toolkit is a collection of digital resources and products, designed for professionals to implement inclusive design practices in relation to vision, hearing, thinking, reach/dexterity, and mobility in their workplace practices.
Playfully reflect on new technologies within design using four privacy, ethics, law and security themed cards.
A worksheet within the Ethics for Designers Toolkit, designed for a team of designers and stakeholders to map value priorities, concerns, and effects of your existing design.
A set of ethical considerations presented as cards, designed for teams to consider the potential security threats and human impacts their products may have in order to avoid such negative consequences.
A role-playing game designed for teams of software developers to identify various security threats in their software and how to better approach these issues
Enact your designs in a speculative setting to record how it performs in contexts.
Map direct and indirect stakeholders, organizations, institutions, groups, and societies affected by technology. List various ways in which stakeholders can be affected by “documenting potential benefits, harms and tensions” (Friedman & Hendry, 2019)
An assessment technique designed to help practitioners investigate the ethical implications of their products and services.
Examine your product or service (PoS) from a list of perspectives in order to identify, mitigate and account for the actual and potential adverse impact of your solution.
Reflect on your design using designer or stakeholder generated value-sensitive prompts in a co-design activity.