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2014
UXPA Conference
July 22, 2014
Richard Bellaver
Development of the
Code of Conduct
Conceived 2003
Enacted 2005
Reminder 2010
Revised ????
Development of the
Code of Conduct
http://www.ethicsweb.ca/
http://www.ethicsweb.ca/
Assn. of Computing Machinery (ACM) Code of
Ethics
• Commitment to ethical conduct is expected
• Not all issues to be faced...
ACM Code
1. General Moral Imperatives
Well-being
Avoid harm
Honest & trustworthy
Don’t discriminate
Honor property rights
...
ACM Code
2. Professional Responsibilities
Quality
Competence
Know the law
Review
Analyze risks.
Honor contracts
Understand...
ACM Code
3. Organizational
Social responsibilities
Enhance quality life
Proper uses of resources
Assure user needs in desi...
ACM Code
4. Compliance
Uphold principles
Violations inconsistent with
membership
Belmont Report
• Respect
• Beneficence
• Justice
• Applications
– Informed consent
– Assessment of Risks and benefits
– Se...
UXPA Code of Conduct
Recognition of its responsibilities to the public,
clients, employers, and colleagues.
The Code guide...
UXPA Code of Conduct
Recognition of its responsibilities to the public,
clients, employers, and colleagues.
Calls members ...
UXPA Code of Conduct
General UPA Ethical Beliefs
Act in the Best Interest of Everyone
Be Honest with Everyone
Do No Harm a...
UXPA Code of Conduct
General UPA Ethical Beliefs
Act in the Best Interest of Everyone
Be Honest with Everyone
UXPA
UXPA Code of Conduct
General UPA Ethical Beliefs
Do No Harm and If Possible Provide Benefits
Act with Integrity
UXPA
UXPA Code of Conduct
General UPA Ethical Beliefs
Avoid Conflicts of Interest
Respect Privacy, Confidentiality, and Anonymi...
UXPA Code of Conduct
General UPA Ethical Beliefs
Provide All Resultant Data
UXPA
UXPA Code of Conduct
• Is it working?
UXPA
UXPA Code of Conduct
• Is there something better?
UXPA
The Lineup
๏ Richard Bellaver
- Development of the Code of Conduct
๏ Cory Lebson
- The Ethics of UX “White Labeling”
๏ Don...
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Ever wondered if you should ask THAT question? Join us for a series of passionate speakers sharing their thoughts on ethics, what difficult situations they have faced, what they did, and why. Topics will cover lab situations, field situations and business situations. You will gain tactics to use in the future when issues arise.

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  1. 1. 2014
  2. 2. UXPA Conference July 22, 2014 Richard Bellaver Development of the Code of Conduct
  3. 3. Conceived 2003 Enacted 2005 Reminder 2010 Revised ???? Development of the Code of Conduct
  4. 4. http://www.ethicsweb.ca/
  5. 5. http://www.ethicsweb.ca/
  6. 6. Assn. of Computing Machinery (ACM) Code of Ethics • Commitment to ethical conduct is expected • Not all issues to be faced • Supplemented by guidelines • Expressed in general form • Questions on conflicts answered by thoughtful principles not regulations http://www.acm.org/
  7. 7. ACM Code 1. General Moral Imperatives Well-being Avoid harm Honest & trustworthy Don’t discriminate Honor property rights Intellectual property Privacy Confidentiality
  8. 8. ACM Code 2. Professional Responsibilities Quality Competence Know the law Review Analyze risks. Honor contracts Understanding Access when authorized
  9. 9. ACM Code 3. Organizational Social responsibilities Enhance quality life Proper uses of resources Assure user needs in design Protect dignity Opportunities to learn
  10. 10. ACM Code 4. Compliance Uphold principles Violations inconsistent with membership
  11. 11. Belmont Report • Respect • Beneficence • Justice • Applications – Informed consent – Assessment of Risks and benefits – Selection of subjects
  12. 12. UXPA Code of Conduct Recognition of its responsibilities to the public, clients, employers, and colleagues. The Code guides members in basic tenets of ethical and professional conduct. http://www.upassoc.org/upa_projects/body_of_knowledge/cod e_of_conduct.html UXPA
  13. 13. UXPA Code of Conduct Recognition of its responsibilities to the public, clients, employers, and colleagues. Calls members to evaluate the risks and benefits of their actions on all stakeholders and ensure these actions meet highest ethical standards. http://www.upassoc.org/upa_projects/body_of_knowledge/cod e_of_conduct.html UXPA
  14. 14. UXPA Code of Conduct General UPA Ethical Beliefs Act in the Best Interest of Everyone Be Honest with Everyone Do No Harm and If Possible Provide Benefits Act with Integrity Avoid Conflicts of Interest Respect Privacy, Confidentiality, and Anonymity Provide All Resultant Data UXPA
  15. 15. UXPA Code of Conduct General UPA Ethical Beliefs Act in the Best Interest of Everyone Be Honest with Everyone UXPA
  16. 16. UXPA Code of Conduct General UPA Ethical Beliefs Do No Harm and If Possible Provide Benefits Act with Integrity UXPA
  17. 17. UXPA Code of Conduct General UPA Ethical Beliefs Avoid Conflicts of Interest Respect Privacy, Confidentiality, and Anonymity UXPA
  18. 18. UXPA Code of Conduct General UPA Ethical Beliefs Provide All Resultant Data UXPA
  19. 19. UXPA Code of Conduct • Is it working? UXPA
  20. 20. UXPA Code of Conduct • Is there something better? UXPA
  21. 21. The Lineup ๏ Richard Bellaver - Development of the Code of Conduct ๏ Cory Lebson - The Ethics of UX “White Labeling” ๏ Donna Tedesco - Ethics when moderating in UX research ๏ Bill Albert - The Ethical Landscape of User Experience ๏ Michael Rawlings - Increasing Conversion rates without comprising UX Ethics ๏ Elisa del Galdo - UX and Ethics in Healthcare ๏ Kara DeFrias - Breaking out of the Lab: UX Ethics in the Wild
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