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Good Intentions and Bad Actors (by Lisa deBettencourt at #NUX7)

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Good Intentions and Bad Actors: Unleashing Our True Design Superpowers

Slides from the NUX7 talk by Lisa deBettencourt, Friday 19th October 2018.
2018.nuxconf.uk / nuxuk.org

Synopsis

As experience designers, we have unique superpowers to craft products and services in ways that can be wonderfully beneficial to people and integrate seamlessly into their lives. We are able to leverage our understanding of the human condition to transform technology into offerings that make millions of dollars for companies, while remaining idealistic about our goals of making people’s lives better. But there’s a gap: we don’t verify that we did move the needle. We don’t consider what things might just go sideways. We don’t invest in analyzing what might happen if our work is abused or consider how to prevent it. We just move onto the next problem statement and let the business figure it out.

I think this borders on negligence. We have a responsibility to ourselves, our profession, our customers, our colleagues, and the businesses who employ us to forecast the impact of our work at scale. And we need to develop the tools and the processes to do so properly. It’s time we hold our selves accountable and start to proactively identify the potential outcomes and unintended consequences of our work – both good and bad – as a regular phase in our design process. With this, we must also be prepared to influence the decision making bodies (including ourselves) to consider ways of mitigating those identified risks. This strategy, in my opinion, will allow us to engage our product and business colleagues as equals, thereby raising our own value as true business partners.

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Good Intentions and Bad Actors (by Lisa deBettencourt at #NUX7)

  1. 1. Unleashing Our True Design Superpowers GOOD INTENTIONS AND BAD ACTORS Lisa deBettencourt @ldebett
  2. 2. EVERY FEATURE, EVERY PROJECT, AND EVERY PRODUCT INVOLVES RISK
  3. 3. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
  4. 4. INTENTIONS ARE IMPORTANT BUT IMPACT MATTERS MORE. Alyssa Boehm Head of Design, edX
  5. 5. https://twitter.com/mulegirl
  6. 6. ANALYZEIDENTIFY ASSESS MITIGATE VERIFY •Poka Yoke (mistake proof) •Warn •Document •Plan •Did it actually get fixed?•What caused it? •What are the factors involved? •Is it repeatable? •What are the chances of it happening? •If it happens, how bad will it be? •Consider implications of cost, 
 schedule, performance, brand,
 legal, data fidelity, identity fraud, etc. •Document all the creative and 
 glorious ways things could
 break or be abused •Consider scale, value chain,
 infrastructure, etc. •Do this early and often! BASIC RISK MITIGATION PROCESS
  7. 7. FDA REQUIREMENTS FOR MEDICAL DEVICE DESIGN FDA Guideline Doc: Applying Human Factors and Usability Engineering to Medical Devices
  8. 8. WHY ME?
  9. 9. The Greensward Plan by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, 1870
  10. 10. QUICK EXERCISE
  11. 11. Build a world you’d be proud
 to leave behind.
  12. 12. ldebett@gmail.com @ldebett

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