8 Nov is World Usability Day - the 2018 motto is “Design for Good or Evil”.
I am thrilled about being invited to present on “Privacy as UX” at the WUD Hamburg/Germany (event in German), and excited for a day of inspiring talks and people!
Lukasz Olejnik presents how implementing accessibility in browsers may compromise the privacy of users of assistive technology.
This brilliant Podcast episode makes the rather abstract formula that “privacy is not about individuals’ decisions” tangible through real-life examples.
This “living e-book” by Margaret Hagan — summarizing her learnings of 3+ years of practice — is likely the best primer to be found on the topic of “legal design”: This book sets forth an agenda for innovation in legal services, with practical, agile, and
A summary of the Legal Design Summit Helsinki 2017.
Brief notes from a public screening of “Democracy”, an award-winning documentary about how the new European data protection law came to be, followed by a podium discussion with the director and representatives of privacy NGOs. If you are a German-speaker, you can watch the film on the