Products today operate in an environment with increasing scrutiny and sensitivity around data. Designers have to carefully incorporate internal company policies, external platform policies, as well as region-specific regulations for critical UX journeys, such as onboarding and permissions. In this workshop, we'll investigate what the status quo is in informed consent, and work together to see how designers can push further using various HCI methods while balancing performant user experiences.
We will have a quick review of the policies regulating this environment, and how they are creating the boundaries of what UX design can do. After that, we will review where the industry is at on implementing these things, including highlighting some dark patterns in the wild. With the remaining time, we will conduct a quick UX sprint and workshops in figjam where we break into groups, brainstorm solutions, wireframe some of those ideas, and then bring them back and review with the larger group.
What you will learn
What are some international and platform level regulations around informed consent
What are the current best practices and industry standards in this space
How can we improve this area, while balancing it with product and user needs?
About the speaker
Kyle is a Product Designer with 8 years of experience. Currently at Google, he is working on projects at the intersection of data, privacy, and user consent. Prior to Google, he worked at Amazon, NVIDIA, and multiple start-ups. Kyle has expertise leading projects in UX, product strategy, brand, accessibility, and more.
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