Value Sensitive Design
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. Value-Sensitive Design is primarily concerned with values that center on human well being, human dignity, justice, welfare, and human rights. Value-Sensitive Design 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. Ultimately, Value-Sensitive Design requires that we broaden the goals and criteria for judging the quality of technological systems to include those that advance human flourishing.


A Value Sensitive Action-Reflection Model: Evolving a Co-Design Space with Stakeholder and Designer Prompts
Daisy Yoo, Alina Huldtgren, Jill Palzkill Woelfer, David G Hendry and Batya Friedman
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2013. Full Paper (PDF)
Next Steps for Value Sensitive Design
Alan Borning and Michael Muller
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2012. Full Paper (PDF)
    Best Paper Nominee
Enhancing Independence and Safety for Blind and Deaf-Blind Public Transit Riders
Shiri Azenkot, Sanjana Prasain, Alan Borning, Emily Fortuna, Richard E. Ladner and Jacob O. Wobbrock
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011. Full Paper (PDF)
Parenting from the Pocket: Value Tensions and Technical Directions for Secure and Private Parent-Teen Mobile Safety
Alexei Czeskis, Ivayla Dermendjieva, Hussein Yapit, Alan Borning, Batya Friedman, Brian Gill and Tadayoshi Kohno
Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security, 2010. Full Paper (PDF)