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What components make up ethical design? Answer for the chance to appear on the DevDiscuss podcast!

graciegregory profile image Gracie Gregory (she/her) ・1 min read

The DevDiscuss Podcast begins with an interview and ends with commentary from listeners — and we like to feature the actual voices from our community!

To inform an upcoming episode of the show, we'd like to know...

“How would you define ethical design? What components or considerations are necessary when designing ethical software?”

For your chance to appear on an upcoming episode, answer the question above by:

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leviathanprogramming profile image
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What I think defines an ethical design is the way you space things out and the way things are colored. High-quality graphics, spacing, and colors are what I think the three main bases of Design. Also, what comes with them is Imagination, Art, and Creativity. Without one of the six, the design isn't complete.

All designers must have a sharp eye, a large imagination, and the skills to make something truly beautiful.

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