Articles by Dorothy Shamonsky

Dorothy Shamonsky is director of UI/UX R&D at Boston UX in Waltham, Massachusetts. She designs natural user interfaces (NUIs) for the Internet of Things. She is also adjunct professor, User Centered Design Program at Brandeis University. Shamonsky holds a Ph.D. and SM from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. You can find her on Twitter at @dr_dor.

Developing a Code of Ethics for UX Design: What We Can Learn from the Field of Architecture

an Infographic showing the features of a UX-specific Ethical Standard.

Architectural initiatives optimize human wellness in the design of buildings. This article explores how these models could translate into an ethical design approach to UX. [Read More]