Design for universal wellbeing

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More inclusive perspectives

By shifting from a human-centric perspective to a more holistic one, we take into account the safety, wellbeing, and lives of individual animals and broader environmental matters. This makes us better equipped to strive for and enable a more equitable balance between the interdependent and constantly changing factors that contribute to personal, social and planetary wellbeing.

Further reading

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Making tech safe and compassionate through design, coaching and teaching. Independent consultant. Co-host of UX Podcast. Primary publication: axbom.com

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Per Axbom

Per Axbom

Making tech safe and compassionate through design, coaching and teaching. Independent consultant. Co-host of UX Podcast. Primary publication: axbom.com