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    As designers, developers, and technologists we are uniquely positioned to not only build, but shape the future for our users and ourselves. Let’s embrace that power and use it for good!

    Morten Rand-Hendriksen is from Nesodden and has a degree in philosophy from UiO. He then moved to Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada where he built a career, first as a web designer and then as an expert on web technologies and the intersection between humans and the internet.

    For the past 15 years he's made courses for and LinkedIn Learning covering design, web standards, bleeding edge technologies, and ethics. In his spare time he builds Lego space ships with his 6 year old son and dances ballroom with his wife.

    For his talk, technology educator and recovering philosopher, Morten Rand-Hendriksen takes us on a journey from past mistakes to future possibilities. His radical proposal: Make the capabilities granted people through our designs and how they can use them to bring value to their own lives the meter with which we measure success. Design has the power to change the world. Using a Capability-Centered Design approach helps us build futures where we can all thrive by doing and being what each of us has reason to value.

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