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Design Ethics: Manipulation by Design

From: Tech C.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 2:31 PM

Hi all,

Our next UX Crunch is on 26th March and will be exploring Design Ethics....

With key insight, case studies and discussions from the leading designers, data scientists and creative directors in the UK, it will be looking at persuasive design and whether certain design practices can be used to nudge, trick or persuade someone to act a certain way.

Featuring; Holistic design ethics, Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, fake news, 21st century propaganda and misinformation during the EU Referendum.

We'll be joined by
* Daniel Harvey - Head of Product Design & Brand - The Dots
* Professor Karen Pollitt-Cham - Professional Lead Connected Futures - Brighton University
* Phil Bonhard - Customer Experience Lead - Lloyds Banking Group
* Lauren Pleydell-Pearce - Executive Creative Director - PwC

For more information and tickets please see here >

See you soon!


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