What does AI have to do with human rights?
A simple artefact to aid discussions around digital ethics and responsible AI.
Most maps grossly misrepresent the size of countries and contribute to confusion. Let's revise our tools to help us get better results.
This year's theme is Design of our Online World: Trust, Ethics and Integrity. Here's what that means: You are either building trust or destroying it.Trust takes years to build,
In this illustration, streets in a city scene are replaced by an abyss. There are people on the sidewalk, standing and walking, one holding a small child by the hand.
Per Axbom will be leading the Ambition Empower track: Design Ethics = Good Business.
How Apple is moving into mass surveillance. A walkthrough of all the risks.
This text is the content of my auto-reply (out of office message) during the summer of 2021. I always try to provide value back to the person trying to reach
It turns out all those "tip of an iceberg"-drawings are giving the wrong idea.
How to plan your days, communicate, listen, set up your room and tech, as well as a comprehensive list of tools that are helpful for online teaching.
I was recently interviewed by Lisa Welchman and Andy Vitale for their Surfacing Podcast, where they "have conversations with the people who design and create experiences for our world." It's
I love a good meme and have been looking through many of the different versions of the "Types of Scientific Paper" meme on Twitter. Not a single one I've come
Political philosopher Dr Annette Zimmermann published a very piercing cartoon on Twitter. It is a pastiche of the XKCD cartoon Types of Scientific Paper, and creatively reimagines titles of papers
This week, Apple launched a new physical product aimed at keeping track of your belongings: AirTag. These are small round tiles that you can attach to keys, bags and vehicles,
A chart to help guide moral considerations in the tech space.
Learn how to find your way around the Clubhouse app.
Once we recognise digital harm as a form of abuse it becomes clear how the same patterns of victim-blaming that we see in all abusive relationships tend to be repeated.
A rarely talked about field of research, known as keystroke dynamics, involves identifying individuals based on how they type on a keyboard. It's getting better, and also easier for anyone to implement.
I've performed many site migrations over the years. This has been one of the more exciting ones. Multitudes of metaphorical pipes that could burst.
Zoom is a nine-year old company with growing pains. When I mention that I don’t use Zoom people tend to respond: “well they’ve fixed all their problems now”
My talk from UX Copenhagen earlier this year – First, design no harm – is now online. It’s an emotional talk that takes its start in a story of abuse and
Many companies, media outlets and bloggers enjoy sharing YouTube videos on their sites. The problem is that YouTube sets a tracking cookie (for marketing purposes) by default. This poses all
Yet another video is about to make the rounds without crediting the original creator. The maker in this case is Justin T Brown, who has made an edit of the
This mindmap is a work in progress. It helps me create the syllabus for my course Ethics in Design, as well as outline corporate workshops. It helps to draw from
When I look at my phone I think about slavery. I think about modern day slavery, perpetuated by the wealth and power that historic slavery facilitated. I think about how
On digital equality, inclusion and ethics.