Privacy UX is critical to address early-on
Privacy, security, and trust are all interrelated for consumers. While IT professionals separate them into technical categories, they overlap for consumers typically and underneath them is a feeling of trust.
In this 30-minute webinar (Miniclass), Frank Spillers will cover strategies for how to fix the privacy, security, and trust issue for UX designers. First, we will begin with privacy- What is it users want?; How can you give it to them? and; What should be your UX strategy on privacy? Next, we will tackle security. Sadly, user-centered security is probably the most misunderstood and overlooked area of innovation. Finally, we will look at ways to improve trust with both privacy-friendly and user-centered security approaches to UI design and product development.
Topics we will cover in the Designing for trust, privacy and security in UX Miniclass:
- Consumer perceptions about privacy and security vs your Sec/Engineering team
- Design approaches that build trust
- Guidelines and an IoT agenda for privacy by design and user-centered security
A brief, but deep-dive into a topic, led by Frank Spillers. The sessions provide an orientation to key points on a topic. The sessions are FREE to members of the UX Inner Circle.