Usable and Accessible Security -- lessons learned by engaging with users

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Usable and Accessible Security -- lessons learned by engaging with users
Presenter(s) Nancy Reyes, Megan DeBlois
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Organization(s) HearColors, Internews, Mailvelope, Benetech, Peerio, Operator Foundation, Gridsync (Tahoe LAFS)
Project(s) USABLE (Usable Security by Leveraging End-users
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Social media @usable_tools (Twitter)
2017 theme Tools & Technology

For the past year, the USABLE (https://USABLE.tools) project has been convening high risk users and high-impact developers, facilitated with digital security training experts and human centered design practitioners to improve the usability of security tools we depend upon. Come and hear from tool and community representatives as they share the exciting usability work each organization is currently working on, how they are engaging with users, the intersections of usability and accessibility and ways we can improve this feedback process as a community.

Format: short experience share with different tool developers, then round table discussion, opening up for questions

Format Panel Discussion
Target Groups Software Developers, Digital Security Trainers, UX Designers, Civil Society Groups and Activists
Length 1 Hour
Skill Level Intermediate
Language English


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