The Designer's Share of the Problem
Amidst a global pandemic, designers of all stripes are forced to confront the world we've helped shape.
We can marvel at how much progress has been made in a relatively short time to connect the world, while noticing the impacts of those changes on everyday life.
Do designers deserve a share of the blame for consequences of design? If so, what can be done about it? In this talk, we'll think aloud about how to reimagine the ways we create products, practices, systems and services.
Recorded at Sentralen for IxDA Oslo's meetup Nº 142 on 30 November 2021
About the speaker
Ron Bronson leads impactful initiatives at the intersection of technology, service design and public policy.
He began his career as an information architect managing large-scale digital systems. He currently serves as Head of Design at 18F and a graduate student in Service Design and Strategic Innovations at the Art Academy of Latvia.