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I Read About "Design For Trust" So You Don't Have To

Here's the difference between the current "design for trust" discourse and how trust actually works.

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My Data, Your Data, Our Data

Why informed consent helps us design better technology – and why it's not enough.

Designing for Power Users: A Case Study on NoScript

This case study of NoScript’s UX redesign showcases tried and true design principles that make security tools usable to a wider range of audiences.

SOUPS 2019 Roundup

A roundup of some of the interesting research presented at SOUPS 2019.

Trust & Responsibility 'Tea Time': New video series with World Interaction Design Day exploring design and trust

Trust and Responsibility have been big topics recently. In the lead up to World Interaction Design Day, we'll be helping to make sense of the conversation — sharing some of our understanding, gathering resources, and convening some conversion. Let's start the discussion over some tea.

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