Co-design activities and processes that emphasize long(er) term anticipatory futures with implications for multiple and future generations.
Model for Informed Consent is an approach for designing informed consent for online products and services. The method was developed to achieve five goals when interfacing with users including, disclosure, comprehension, voluntariness, competence, and agreement.
A design technique that allows designers to explore privacy features they should integrate into the design of a digital product right from the development phase of the product.
A research method for value discovery, identifying how values were first identified and how these values impacted later design decisions by visualizing the interplay of identified values.
Cards built upon Value Sensitive Design methods with the purpose of identifying held values by prompting discussions that lead to implicit and explicit expression.
Speculative Enactments is a method that allows designers to enact possible future technology outcomes with users to explore how the participants’ reactions to consequences of the enactments.
Use a stakeholder analysis to map direct and indirect stakeholders, organizations, institutions, groups, and societies affected by technology. Based on this mapping, list potential harms, benefits, or tensions relating to different stakeholder relationships.
Sketching that helps designers and practitioners gain insight into the different kinds of values participants assign to the variable under study.
Tap into stakeholders’ understandings, views and values about a technology using semi-structured interview questions.
Investigate and analyze the ethical implications in your research and innovation projects with your team using a straightforward collaborative tool.