Bookmark: "Data Patterns Catalogue"

Sebastian Greger

(Update log)

2019-12-06: The project name has changed from “Data Permissions Catalogue” to “Data Patterns Catalogue”


Data Patterns Catalogue

Privacy-related pattern libraries are a neat tool for designers. While not necessarily ready to use in a “plug-and-play” matter (the list of Pros and Cons commonly is just too complex to re-use patterns 1:1), they provide valuable pointers to reflect on possible design options.

The “Data Patterns Catalogue” by the British consultancy IF presents a range of patterns for dealing with personal data:

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IF curates and publishes design patterns to this catalogue. Teams use them to inform conversations about data and privacy.

I'm Sebastian, Sociologist and Interaction Designer. This journal is mostly about bringing toge­ther social science and design for inclusive, privacy-focused, and sustainable "human-first" digital strategies. I also tend to a "digital garden" with carefully curated resources.

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