Informed consent is a basic requirement for accessing any digital service which gathers personal data. However, the way people are requested to give consent often exposes them to the extensive collection of their personal information
This calls for new approaches to design more effective consent experiences.
Why Consent Experience Design
The CEDW is conceived as hands-on UX brainstorm which employs tools derived from the field of service design to generate new consent solutions. Attendees will learn how to use simple design tools to improve the experience of managing consent and privacy online. New insights on how to design for consent will be generated in the workshop activity through discussions and reflections.
Tools for designing better consent experiences
The Consent Design workshop has been featured on Open Law Lab’s blog.
Thanks Margaret for your very kind interest in this work.
If you are attending IFF2017 next week, please consider to join the Consent Experience Design Workshop: two hours hands-on activity to re-think the informed consent.
The workshop will take palace on the 8th of March from the 9:45 to 12:00, the venue is Taller 6.
Participants with any background are welcome, being familiar with service design and/or UX methodology is recommended.
More information are available below.
Hope to meet you in Valencia soon!
Intro and description
Tools we are going to use
Please feel free to reach out to me if you wish any additional information
On September 2016 I had the chance to co-organise a collaborative workshop with designers and entrepreneurs involved in MyData: a project aiming to bring human centered approach in personal data management as well as combining industry need to data with digital human rights.
This was the session’s objective From the description available here
This session, run by a group of design leaders from within the MyData market, will provide attendees with a simple and actionable framework for approaching MyData design challenges within their respective organisations. Attendees will be exposed to new tools as well as adapted and proven, Privacy by Design approaches, along with accompanying activities.
Materials used in the Mapping MyData Consent Experience Workshop are available below