On 9 January 2020, the “Design for changing values” team has organized an internal workshop to welcome Prof. Batya Friedman and Prof. David G. Hendry, who visited TU Delft celebration of 178th birthday on the Dies Natalis.
Prof. Batya Friedman (University of Washington), a pioneer of Value Sensitive Design, together with her colleague prof. David G. Hendry (University of Washington), had visited TU Delft to receive an Honorary Doctorate for significant contribution to education and design during a celebration of TU Delft 178th birthday on the Dies Natalis. On Thursday, 9 January, members of the “Design for changing values” research team organized an internal thematic workshop to welcome Batya and David and share some of the preliminary findings about changing values and design implications. During this workshop several examples of value change were introduces by the team members for critical discussion.
About Value Sensitive Design
Value sensitive design (VSD) is a unique approach that pays particular attention to the ethical dimension of technological design. It is commonly used to embody important for stakeholders moral values in the design and implementation of technological innovations.