Values in Design
New York University
239 Greene Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10003


Initiatives include projects, blogs, labs, or other activities that reflect a VID approach. If you have a project that you would like showcased here, please contact us.

 

Values @ Play

Values in Design Council

Values at Play investigates how designers can be more intentional about the ways in which they integrate human values into their game-based systems. The team also develops games which integrate values and tools for other designers and learners. The Values at Play research project seeks to assist and encourage designers in creating games that further the understanding and appreciation of such values as equality, diversity, and creativity, and how we experience values through play. MORE →

Functioning as part of the NSF Future Internet Architectures Initiative, the Values in Design Council will serves as a multi-disciplinary team of experts in the social analysis of digital information technologies, working alongside recipients of the FIA large projects grants. The team will serve as analysts and consultants to the FIA projects, helping to identify junctures in the design process in which values-critical technical decisions arise. MORE →


PRGLab

Values Sensitive Design

PRGLab is a collaborative technical and theoretical laboratory based in the Information Law Institute at New York University's School of Law. PRGLab promotes interdisciplinary research and development at the intersection of computer science, media theory, and information law, and fosters the development of applications and policies safeguarding digital privacy, security and autonomy. MORE →

Value Sensitive Design refers to an approach to the design of technology that accounts for human values in a principled and systematic manner throughout the design process. It connects the people who design systems and interfaces with the people who think about and understand the values of the stakeholders who are affected by the systems. MORE →

 


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Support for the development of this website was provided by the NSF for theĀ NSF EAGER: Values in Design in the Future Internet Architecture, CNS/NetS 1058333.
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Helen Nissenbaum, PI
Jacob Gaboury, RA and Web Master