Join our talks and discussions around UX and Ethics. Our host is international creative agency Edenspiekermann.
Starts at 7pm, May 16. Potsdamer Straße 83, 10785 Berlin, Germany
„Solutionism is a part of the problem“ by Gal Cohen & Sascha A. Carlin
All human problems can be solved through technology – that is the axiom of the Solutionism movement. It raises some interesting questions – not just ‘can technology solve all our problems?’, but ‘Do we want it to?’. Let’s take a look at solutionism through the eyes of ethical design and ask the most interesting question- what is the problem with solutionism?
„Fifty Shades“ by Conny Kawohl
Conny will address Dark Patterns and Accountability and a tangible proposal to uphold ethical standards.
7.30 pm Panel discussion, Moderator: Sascha A. Carlin
with: Ramak Molavi, Martin Ramsin and you – our audience.
Saying NO is a great design skill
Meet our speakers and panelists:
Ramak is a lawyer based in Berlin. She specializes in AI, Ethics, data, robotic and tech innovation Law. She is associate lawyer at iRights Law and Policy Advisor at iRights Lab, an independent think tank.
She is also head of legal and member of the management board of GameDuell, a games company based in Berlin.
Martin is CEO and Co-founder of Berlin based Careerfoundry. Prior he worked as a productmanager and Head of Product. Martin holds a Master`s degree in computer science.
Israel and Berlin-based designer.
Creating, thinking, writing and talking about ethics in design in the past five years.
Sascha A. Carlin
Director Technology at Edenspiekermann. Sascha’s background is in library sciences, information architecture and software development. He’s making sense of merging the analog and digital domains. His tools of choice are curiosity and abstraction.
Sketch is a vector-based design tool for Mac with a focus on screen design. It’s used primarily by screen designers who create websites, icons, and user interfaces for desktop and mobile devices. For beginners and industry professionals alike, Sketch’s powerful and easy-to-use tools allow designers to focus on what they do best; design.