Unsolved Problems by Beth Dean

  • Designed for an intended outcome.
  • Met people where they were.
  • Strengthened existing support networks.
  • Design for dignity and cooperation.
  • Solve for everyone in a system.
  • Policy should reflect intended outcomes.
  • Plan for every point of failure.
  • Empower everyone on a team to solve problems.
  • Adapt.
  • Policies affect design. We need to work more closely with policy makers.
  • Question access. Are all opinions equal? Where are computers making decisions that should involve people.
  • Forget neutrality. Technology is not neutral. Neutrality allows us to abdicate responsibility.
  • Stay a litte bit paranoid. Think about what the worst case scenario might be.

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A web developer and author living and working in Brighton, England. Everything I post on Medium is a copy — the originals are on my own website, adactio.com

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