To tell the story of Designing for Privacy and Ethics at IxDA Interaction’18, Fiona Mc Andrew talks about what these terms can mean, what they mean in the current societal context, the issues that arise when applying privacy and ethics to digital products, and proposed methods of applying useful and usable privacy and ethics standards to digital products.
Designing for Privacy and Ethics
Fiona Mc Andrew
Alongside consulting on a vast range of learning technology projects, Fiona Mc Andrew leads the design aspects of DEVELOP, a project to deliver an adaptive learning environment that dynamically tailors the exploration, comprehension, and planning of learning opportunities and career paths in medium and large companies.
Her design career began in industrial design creating physical products, but my passion quickly switched to designing digital products. Her education includes an undergraduate in industrial design from the National College of Art and Design Ireland (NCAD). Then she earned a postgraduate degrees in computer science and web technologies from the National College of Ireland.
Prior to working at Learnovate Fiona enjoyed a diverse and exciting career as a UX designer. She curated design exhibitions, lectured at the NCAD, and worked as a (physical) product designer.