We discussed privacy in the era of machine learning with designers, developers, and security professionals at our annual summit in Berlin on Nov. 8-9, 2017.
Scout Sinclair Brody talks with O’Reilly’s Mac Slocum about building systems that help humans, designing better tools through user studies, and balancing the demands between shipping software and security.
Explore how user-experience design decisions can provide transparency into Internet of Things systems with this talk by Ame Elliott at IXDS Munich.
We empower practitioners through open research, professional education, community building, and hands-on support.
We support user experience designers and researchers who are building security skills to engage users in protecting their privacy. We partner with developers of ethical technologies to improve the user experience of their tools and build skills conducting user research.More about what we do → Who we are →
We consider user experience design, grounded research, and principled development practices to be critical parts of making complex technical systems accessible and accountable to their users.
We are an educational nonprofit 501(c)3 that supports software developers, user experience designers, and researchers in building technology. Our Knowledge Base contains resources for practitioners to build their skills.
Sketching storyboards – cartoon-like drawings showing how people use technology – is a way to get more, high-quality ideas for product design. Sketches are useful...
To help you assess risks to your data, we provide ways to dissect threats and tips to protect against them.
Most people who spend time online have a general idea of what "phishing" is, but it can be hard for folks outside of the security...
Building trustworthy technology requires more than technical expertise. Interaction design, service design, brand strategy, and writing are needed.
San Franciscans surprised us with positive feelings about data collection by retail apps, which they considered beneficial to their communities.
Thanks to support from the Open Tech Fund, Mozilla, Usable, the Prototype Fund, and others, we’ve worked with developers and information security professionals around the globe to build skills in user research, prototyping, and UX design. We also supply professional designers with peer support, security skills, and insights into the privacy implications of their work.
Through workshops, coaching sessions, consulting, and 1:1 support, Simply Secure empowers practitioners to build privacy-preserving technology.Contact us → Donate to us →