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Angular Denver '19: Designing against Domestic Violence

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Angular Denver 2019 | Designing against Domestic Violence | Eva Penzeymoog

What you'll learn

Eva Penzeymoog works to ensure that digital products cannot be be used as tools of abuse and she shares her findings with other people who create digital products. This work involves research on how technology both enables abuse and fails to recognize user behavior that indicates abuse, resulting in a lost opportunity to offer meaningful support. She is intentional about providing clear, true, and always anonymous examples, and she aims to provide a concrete set of steps that people who work in tech can take to build products that won't result in harm against their users. This talk is the culmination of this research and the first step of a larger project to reduce harm in the world through centering the safety of victims of domestic violence.

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Designing against Domestic Violence

About the author

Angular Denver is the coolest Angular conference east of the Continental Divide! Angular developers come from all over to spend two days learning, connecting, and having fun. With around 50 different topics, including authentication, facades, observables, and accessibility and inclusivity in development, there is something for everyone to level-up their developing skills.

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