Value Reflection Workbooks


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Method Overview

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.

Framework of ethics used:

Consequentialist

Method Intentions:

Getting Started

Materials: Design workbook with content and sample products that are to be considered for the potential for privacy violations.

Participants: Team

Steps (Wong, et. al, 2017)

  1. Select technologies that  
  2. First, come up with 3-5 core values (i.e. autonomy, safety, transparency, etc.).
  3. Next, come up with 3-5 entities (i.e. users, society, environment, etc.). 
  4. Finally, create combinations between the various core values and entities that you have, and pair each combination with 2-3 action statements.

Citation

Wong, R. Y., Mulligan, D. K., Van Wyk, E., Pierce, J., & Chuang, J. (2017). Eliciting values reflections by engaging privacy futures using design workbooks. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, 1(CSCW), 1-26.





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