We'll define Ethical Design and explain how it relates to other terms, such as inclusive design, usability, accessibility, privacy, universal design, and human-centered design.
- Ethical design: Design ethics concerns moral behavior and responsible choices in the practice of design. It guides how designers work with clients, colleagues, and the end-users of products, how they conduct the design process, how they determine the features of products, and how they assess the ethical significance or moral worth of the products that result from the activity of designing. source: Encyclopedia.com
- Overton window: the range of policies deemed acceptable to the mainstream population at a given time. source: Wikipedia
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