Hard Lessons from Hurricane Irma
Data relating to the location of infrastructure, resources, and people can have positive and negative applications. In all circumstances, there are potential risks and benefits associated with collecting, aggregating, representing, using, and storing such data. In the context of crises, however, the nature and significance of the risks and benefits will differ from a non-crisis context. The following principles and guidelines aim to fill a gap in ethical guidance for the generation, collection, analysis, dissemination, and use of location-based data in crisis situations.
🔗Design for crisis | workshop agenda & prototype principles
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This document contains 10 principles for designing services in a crisis. They are open for anyone to use and adapt and were generated from a call with 100+ designers around the world on the 22/03/2020 and shared notes.
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