Thank you so much for joining. Huge thanks to the conference organizers and volunteers for creating such a magical experience happen!
There are so many incredible people and organizations doing work around designing for justice, ethical research, inclusive design and equitable design. If you’d like to learn more about the topics I covered today, here are some resources to get you started (not an exhaustive list). If you have resource (article, book, org, podcast, etc) you think I should check out, do share, I'd love to learn along with you.
Understanding Identity, Power, & Equity in Design Leadership by Antoinette Carroll (99U talk)
A Civic Technologist's Practice Guide by Cyd Harrell
Design for Safety by Eva PenzeyMoog
Automating Inequality by Virginia Eubanks (talk)
Ruined by Design by Mike Monteiro
Design For Cognitive Bias by David Dylan Thomas
Lessening the Research Burden on Vulnerable Communities by Sarah Fathallah
Empathy reifies Disability Stigma by Liz Jackson
Decolonizing Methodologies by Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Qualitative Research at Code For America
The most popular design thinking strategy is BS by Tricia Wang
Cross Cultural Design by Senongo Akpem
Design For Real Life by Eric Meyer & Sara Wachter-Boettcher
If you're also exploring how we can build a more equitable and accessible future, let's chat. Thank you so much! It was great connecting with you.
Check out my other talks here.