Children’s rights influence on digital product design

A speculative design workshop

Designing for children rights (D4CR)

What if the focus of the design of digital products was on ethics and the well-being of children? In this workshop, we will become future designers and develop our own visions of possible futures.

It is the year 2035. 12 years ago, children’s rights were incorporated into the German constitution and companies began to integrate children’s rights into their products. New ways of working emerged and new products and features were developed. This had an impact on online games, on social media platforms and hardware. The everyday behavior, communication and “education” of children and families changed.

In the workshop we will work with the Designing for Children Design Guide. We become future product developers and observe how our ideas shape society. We create a future story ‘headline’ that addresses the changes and challenges we will face in 2035.

This workshop is for adults & teens (16 years and older)

Please register in advance – there are 20 places.

The workshop lasts three hours.

Link to the D4CR guide:

Designing for children rights (D4CR)


Prinzenstraße 85D
10969 Berlin

Opening hours:

15:00 —
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