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Ep. #4: The Social Dilemma as Inner Dilemma with Jeremy Navarro of DormOps

Today we're going to be talking about the Social Dilemma Netflix documentary and discussing our reaction to it and the commentary we've been hearing from others as well as our thoughts on how we can better navigate this social media zeitgeist that we are all living through. 🔗 https://designerup.co/blog/ep-4-social-dilemma-as-an-inner-dilemma-featuring-jeremy-navarro-of-dormops Shownotes: 00:00 - Podcast Intro 00:30 - Episode summary 00:51 - Introducing Jeremy Navarro 02:00- Watching The Social Dilemma for the first time and seeing the reactions from others 03:00 - What the Social Dilemma about 03:50 - What shocked us most about the Social Dilemma 06:57 - What I think was missing from the documentary 08:03 - Who is Gen Z and how this affects them 12:00 - How DormOps juggles protecting their generation from being the product while still helping businesses grow 14:40 - How did we get here with tech and what can we do about it 15:40 - Looking at the inner dilemma that's happening 16:00 - Flip from as Tech Tool to Tech as Addiction 16:19 - Gen Z Dilemma - Utopia vs Dystopia 17:26 - Does user centric deisgn cause us more suffering than good? 18:28 - Importance of addressing our inner dilemmas 20:00 - The issue with exposing ourselves to differing opinions 20:13 - The Charles Murray Effect 22:23 - Why it's important to cultivate the right inner tools sot hat we know how to properly use external tools 23:50 - Is Generation Z more aware and woke? 25:15 - The importance of intentionality and understanding when designing for Gen Z and other generations 26:42 - Yoda's warning 29:00 - Picking up where the documentary left off and suggestions for what to do now 32:32 - Takeaways to be able to handle these tech threats 34:42 - Wrap up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/designerup/support

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