Universal golden rule for human-technology interaction design
Rajanen, Mikko (2022-08-19)
Rajanen, M. (2022). Universal golden rule for human-technology interaction design. In Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Socio-Technical Perspective in Information Systems Development (STPIS 2022). https://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3239/paper15.pdf
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This paper aims at raising awareness and discussion about ethical dimensions of human-technology design of socio-technical systems in general, the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) designer responsibility towards users, stakeholders and the society in particular, as well as the raise of dark side of design and the responses of the HCI community to it. This paper identifies four dimensions in human-technology interaction design ethics and proposes a universal golden rule for human-technology interaction design. To sum up these different aspects of ethical design and the responsibilities of a designer, this position paper concludes with a proposed universal golden rule for designing human-technology interactions: Design as easy to use, honest, sustainable, and safe human-technology interactions as you would want others to design for you.
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