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Event Details

Date

August 23

Time

18:00

Location

Online

Cost

Free

Introducing: The Ethics of UX Psychology Virtual Seminar


Unlocking Mindful Design: Navigating the Intersection of User Experience and Ethical Psychology


Are you a designer or design stakeholder passionate about creating user experiences that are not just intuitive and engaging, but also ethically responsible? Join us for a thought-provoking virtual seminar that delves deep into "The Ethics of UX Psychology."


In an age where user experiences shape our digital interactions and decisions, the ethical implications of design choices have become more significant than ever. The blending of psychological principles with UX design can lead to remarkable user engagement, but it also brings forth an array of ethical considerations that can't be ignored.


What to Expect:

  • Gain Insight: Learn from leading experts in the fields of UX design and psychology about the profound impact of design decisions on user behavior and cognition.

  • Navigate Gray Areas: Explore real-world case studies where the line between persuasive design and ethical concerns gets blurry, and discuss strategies to find the right balance.

  • Ethical Frameworks: Discover established ethical frameworks tailored to the realm of UX psychology, enabling you to create designs that are both user-centric and ethically sound.

  • Interactive Discussions: Engage in lively discussions and Q&A sessions that encourage dialogue among attendees, ensuring a holistic exploration of the topic.


Join us for this virtual seminar that promises to expand your perspective on the intricate relationship between UX psychology and ethical design. Reserve your spot today to ensure you're part of this enlightening conversation that will shape the future of responsible design practices.



Remember to use the hashtag #DesignForTomorrow when sharing your event experience on social media!





All online events were made possible by a donation from Nadine Niehaus of Sprintlab





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