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Video Roundup

It’s always great to attend security and privacy conferences in person. But in cases where you have to miss an event, online videos of the talks can be a great way to stay current with the ongoing conversation.Art, Design, and The Future of PrivacyAs I promised back in September, the... (Read more)

Notes on the O'Reilly Design Conference

Last week I went to the O'Reilly Design Conference and enjoyed learning about emerging UX trends. The conference was full of high-quality presentations on UX practice. Here are three of my favorite talks.The Many Minds of the MakerKnight-Mozilla Fellow Livia Labate shared examples of how designers can overcome barriers to... (Read more)

Users are people too: our talk at Shmoocon

Last week Gus and I gave a talk at Shmoocon in DC. The focus was on helping technologists who don't have experience in human-centered design processes conduct basic research to improve their existing open-source tools. We covered four basic steps that we believe even small or volunteer teams can take:... (Read more)

Signing on to protect the internet

This week we joined nearly 200 other organizations, companies, andindividuals in signing an openletter to the world's governments calling for them to protect the integrityof online security, and to not undermine it by weakening, limiting, orbackdooring encryption. Simply Secure has written before about the importance of this issue before,both onour... (Read more)

Calling UX Designers & Usability Researchers

We are pleased to share that the call for applications to the 2016 Supporting Usability and Design for Security (SUDS) Fellowship is now live. The fellowship, which is sponsored by the <a href"https://www.opentech.fund/">Open Technology Fund</a> and co-administered by Simply Secure, is the next generation of the Secure Usability Fellowship Program... (Read more)