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Playing The Ethics Card: Ethical Aspects In Design Tools For Inspiration And Education

by   Albrecht Kurze, et al.

This paper relates findings of own research in the domain of co-design tools in terms of ethical aspects and their opportunities for inspiration and in HCI education. We overview a number of selected general-purpose HCI/design tools as well as domain specific tools for the Internet of Things. These tools are often card-based, not only suitable for workshops with co-designers but also for internal workshops with students to include these aspects in the built-up of their expertise, sometimes even in a playful way.


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