User-centred transparency design for privacy – Part I: The layered approach
The EDPB’s official “Guidelines on Transparency” under GDPR are a valuable, yet little-known, resource for designers. In this article series, I examine the 40-pager for contributions on putting individuals in control of their personal data through user-centred design – beyond compliance, but by discussing ideas for truly privacy-centred user experience. The goal of various guideline […]
Reposting a Tweet by Jared Spool
This. One of the things I enjoy most about doing research is to unveil realities that are different from what everybody “believed to know”.
Reposting a Tweet by Webkongress Erlangen
Exciting! Got invited to present my latest “Privacy as UX” talk at the “Webkongress Erlangen” conference in September, alongside a great a11y & webdev/des line-up (event in German)
Reposting a Tweet by Frederike Kaltheuner
"Privacy was once misconstrued as being about hiding and secrecy. Now it’s understood to be something much more pressing: power dynamics between the individual, the state and the market."
Reposting a Tweet by DataEthics
"Data Ethics" is an inspiring book making the case for ethical design of businesses and products; PDF now available for free
The Indieweb privacy challenge (Webmentions, silo backfeeds, and the GDPR)
Originally intended to showcase a privacy-centred implementation of emerging social web technologies – with the aim to present a solution not initially motivated by legal requirements, but as an example of privacy-aware interaction design – my “social backfeed” design process unveiled intricate challenges for Indieweb sites, both for privacy in general and legal compliance in […]