Digital Ethics — The Mindmap

Originally published on axbom.blog on July 12, 2020.

This mindmap is a work in progress. It helps me create the syllabus for my course Ethics in Design, as well as outline corporate workshops. It helps to draw from when I’m preparing talks and lectures. It reminds me of the complexity of the system, but also of why it matters to work intentionally with Digital Ethics today.

Maybe it can be of help to you as well.

I’m aware the mindmap isn’t accessible for everyone in its image format. The hierarchical structure of the mindmap is available in this PDF.

The mindmap has also been made available as part of EU’s Responsible Research & Innovation toolkit.

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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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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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