Weighing the Impact of Great Design

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Half talk, half group discussion that dives into and questions our responsibilities as creators of technologies. Do we like the world we are creating? Or, do we need to get unstuck from it.

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Weighing the Impact of Great Design

  1. 1. WEIGHING THE IMPACT OF GREAT DESIGN LIS HUBERT ELISABETHHUBERT.COM @LISHUBERT
  2. 2. STORY TIME * this image isn’t mine. I got if off Google Images and forgot to note the source. Please don’t sue me.
  3. 3. * Image from http://images-cdn.moviepilot.com/
  4. 4. * from Tom Mrazek on Flickr
  5. 5. BACK IN THE DAY(s) (when I was young… I’m not a kid anymore*) * AHMAD, 1994 - If you don’t know the reference, that’s ok, just pay attention to the speaker now
  6. 6. 2005 - 0.939 Billion Internet users worldwide 2015 - 3.2 Billion Internet users worldwide 2005 - 0.0466 Billion smart phone users worldwide * from Google Images 2015 - 1.8 Billion smart phone users world wide
  7. 7. INTERLUDE
  8. 8. * Via Part III: The Impact of Mobile Phones on People’s Lives, Aaron Smith
  9. 9. * Image from The Odessey Online
  10. 10. * Image from https://www.theodysseyonline.com/your-phone* Image from Kindness Blog
  11. 11. * Image from The Odessey Online
  12. 12. “We’re turning into Zombies walking around because we’re so glued to our screens.” * Listener quote from Note to Self Podcast, ‘On Wexting and Other Woes Dear Prudence’
  13. 13. HABIT FORMING DESIGN Noun Any design aimed at triggering the user to complete an action or task in an unconscious, unaware state.
  14. 14. * Tristan Harris on Medium
  15. 15. Hijack 1 - If you control the menu, you control the choices * Tristan Harris on Medium
  16. 16. Hijack 5 - Social Reciprocity (Tit-for-tat) Hijack 3 - Fear or Missing Something Important (FOMSI) Hijack 4 - Social Approval * Tristan Harris on Medium
  17. 17. Hijack 6 - Bottomless bowls, Infinite Feeds, and Autoplay Hijack 7 - Instant Interruption vs. “Respectful Delivery” * Tristan Harris on Medium
  18. 18. Hijack 8 - Bundling Your (business) Reasons with Their (user) Reasons * Tristan Harris on Medium
  19. 19. * Image from Erik Flowers
  20. 20. MY WORK IS AIMED AT TAKING UP PEOPLE’S TIME.
  21. 21. HOLD UP (hey)… ISN’T THE USER RESPONSIBLE TOO?
  22. 22. * Article from Fast Company
  23. 23. DANG… THIS IS DEPRESSING!
  24. 24. THERE IS HOPE!
  25. 25. LOOK UP EXAMPLE LOOK UP * http://look-up.launchrock.com/
  26. 26. * Article from Mashable “SPACE OUT”
  27. 27. * Get the book at A Book Apart
  28. 28. * Get the book at O'Reilly
  29. 29. * Perka app PERKA
  30. 30. HOW I’M TRYING TO STOP CREATING ZOMBIES
  31. 31. OTHER IDEAS …
  32. 32. THANK YOU. LIS HUBERT ELISABETHHUBERT.COM @LISHUBERT
  33. 33. LET ME ASK YOU SOME QUESTIONS
  34. 34. WHAT CAN WE DO?
  35. 35. HOW AM I (YOU) RESPONSIBLE?
  36. 36. IS WHAT WE ARE DOING OK?

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