Designing for Social Good [a #uxchat roundup] Should designers be held responsible for the things they create? [a #uxchat roundup]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed designing for social/cultural good. These are our talking points:

1. What responsibility do designers have for the social/cultural impact of the things they create? 

2. How can we begin to better anticipate and explore the potential long-term effects our design will have? 

3. How do we balance good outcomes against bad ones? 

We’re joined by host Jon Peterson, UX Consultant based in New York City. Check out his profile.

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OJ Quevedo
UX + Marketing aficionado learning to be more user-centred and community-oriented at WhatUsersDo. Empathy makes the world go round. I’m a citizen of the world.

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