The Ethical Design Handbook!
Ya! My second book. 
It has been an interesting and challenging book to write. We set out to develop a new type of working framework to empower people to practice ethical design in their business, on their teams, and with their products.
It's written for everyone who works in the digital industry, regardless of their role. Our focus is on ethical design from the perspective of business, management, and design and development.
Bonus pater familias is a term from Roman law. It means good family man or reasonable man. In a lawsuit, you can ask yourself, “What would a good family man do?” This is a good standard for reasonableness. When designing the digital platforms of the future, we should ask ourselves the same question. When we collect data on a user, are we collecting what we need, or everything we can get our hands on?
For all of us working with digital platforms, it’s a good idea to rethink how we approach projects.
Working with ethical design is a lot like navigating inside a labyrinth:
-  There is more than one route to the end goal.
-  It takes a great deal of logical sense.
-  Some times you end up in a blind alley and will have to find another path to move forward.
The Ethical Design Handbook helps you get through the labyrinth. It is an introduction to the toolbox of ethics.
Just like my other book, White Hat UX, it's done in proud co-operation with Trine Falbe and Martin Michael Frederiksen.

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