Chapter events - United States

Learn frameworks and activities to support your team in taking ethical and inclusive design decisions.

During this hands-on workshop, you will learn activities to help start discussions about ethical research and inclusive design with your team. Also, learn how to apply the “Three Questions Do No Harm Framework” to a real-life scenario, and proactively identify how a technology, product, or service can do harm, and strategize ways to eliminate or mitigate the harm.

This event will take place on Zoom.


About the speaker

Lisa D. Dance (she/her) is a UX Designer/Founder at ServiceEase, a consultancy that helps businesses and non-profit organizations focus on customers by “being easy to do business with” by using user-centered research and design and conducts workshops and training on ethical research and inclusive design for internal teams. Her background includes re-establishing the user experience function for a Fortune 500 insurance company and contributing to their website winning over 17 national and international awards.

Lisa has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Marketing, and an Interaction Design Specialization Certificate. As a strong advocate for the user experience design community, Lisa is Vice President of Richmond Design Group and founded the UX Census (RVA) Survey, an annual survey of the user experience community in the Richmond, VA area.

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Loose Agenda

** We will be recording this session**

6:00-6:15 Introduction and Housekeeping

6:15-6:30 Lisa’s Presentation

6:30-6:40 Activity 1

6:40-6:45 Recap & Intro to Activity 2

6:45 -7:10 Activity 2

7:10-7:30 Recap & Q &A

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