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The ’Imi Pono — Ethics for UX Designers CHI 2020 workshop establishes a fundamental understanding of ethical practice for designers, educators, developers, programmers, and individuals working in UX. The workshop is held at CHI 2020 in an interactive format with short presentations, research gameplay, and UX design exercises for one entire day. Our goals for the day are to develop an ethical framework for UX designers and create a community to establish a UX Design code of ethics.

For the workshop, we welcome a blend of UX designers, researchers, educators, and corporate decision-makers interested in design ethics. 

To apply to attend the workshop, please submit a *four-page position paper* in CHI Extended Abstracts format (references will not count towards page limit) or a two-minute multimedia presentation to [log in to unmask] by *February 11, 2020*. 

Please describe and explain a current ethical challenge you have experienced in your workplace or in the industry in a structured presentation with guiding questions.

The submission deadline is February 11th, 2020. The papers will be reviewed by the workshop organizers for suitability and fit the workshop theme. Accepted papers will be made available on the workshop webpage ( Upon acceptance, at least one author of each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and all participants must register for both the workshop and for at least one day of the conference.


Laura Fong,  Stratford School of Interaction Design and Business, University of Waterloo
Jenny Waycott, School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
Aynur Kadir, Department of Communication Arts, University of Waterloo
Jet Gispen, Fabrique
Lennart Nacke, Stratford School of Interaction Design and Business/Department of Communication Arts/The Games Institute, University of Waterloo

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