Ethics and Creativity
Kelly Moran gives us a research-based overview of the complicated relationship between creative people and ethics. Are ethics and creativity in conflict? What tensions exist between them, and what responsibilities do they hold to one another?
About Kelly Moran
Kelly utilizes an innate curiosity and unceasing desire to ask “why” to understand how people use products and services to accomplish their goals - whether those goals be work or play. She served two years in the US Peace Corps before earning a master’s degree in Applied Anthropology from the University of North Texas. She speaks some Uzbek, once jumped out of a perfectly functional airplane, and pet a tiger but settled for dog ownership instead. She works for projekt202 in Dallas as an experience researcher.