Designing for Trust: Enhancing Transparency & Preventing User Manipulation
Transparency is one of the fundamental principles of privacy and data protection legislation. The GDPR requires companies to provide notices to consumers in “concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible form, using clear and plain language.” What are the design principles that ensure a user interface is clear and transparent? How can organizations designing for web, mobile, wearables, voice assistants, connected cars and every sort of IoT device live up to these principles?
Join the Future of Privacy Forum as we bring together Irish and international experts in design, UX, law and policy, to discuss both best practices and negative examples of design for transparency and control. We will innovative ideas that help support user comprehension, as well as seek to identify the “dark patterns” that are increasingly banned in legislative proposals.
In Cooperation with Women in eDiscovery, Dublin Chapter