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Insider Knowledge - Proceedings of the Design Research Society Learn X Design Conference, 2019
In the modern 'data society', designers play a key role in the creation of artefacts that mediate our access to data and information. These artefacts include data visualisations and interfaces. Within this context, there is a growing risk of design educators training professionals who are indifferent to, or unaware of, the political power of the devices they contribute to creating. In this paper, we draw on our experiences in the DensityDesign course to identify and formalise a didacticaldoi:10.21606/learnxdesign.2019.12046 fatcat:mpqjsrg6oze7ji3b4gfde7n3ae