In this final session of the “Conversations on Legal Design” seminar series, Dr. Zohar Efroni introduced the Weizenbaum Institute’s work on “privacy icons” that aim to convey legal information related to internet users’ privacy rights; as a foundation for the […]
“I, Obscura,” a dark pattern zine launched from Stanford and UCLA pacscenter.stanford.edu
Scholars at Stanford and UCLA assembled this zine (on Issuu.com or as a 45MB PDF) on deceptive patterns, primarily to make them more tangible to non-techy people. […]
Contract design for humans: preventing cognitive accidents simplificationcentre.org.ukIn the report "Contract design for humans", Rob Waller presents an interesting perspective on contract design that could easily be translated into other areas of legal design, or even to UX at large.
I am Definitely Manipulated, Even When I am Aware of it. It s Ridiculous! -- Dark Patterns from the End-User Perspective arxiv.orgBookmark: "I am Definitely Manipulated, Even When I am Aware of it. It s Ridiculous! -- Dark Patterns from the End-User Perspective"This study, based on a survey of 406 individuals, shines light on the fact that end users very much notice when they are misled by deceptive design patterns, yet they still feel manipulated even after noticing that.