UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 88: Ethical UX with Trine Falbe

Published December 30, 2017 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Trine Falbe

A frightening fact: everything you do online can be tracked and used against your interest. How can we fix that? Our guest today is the awesome Trine Falbe — an ethical experience design consultant, speaker, teacher, and author. We talk about “black hat” and “white hat” UX practices, privacy problems, products for children, and what UX designers can do to protect their users.

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Show Notes

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