Design sprint for digital security tips
Date: Friday, March 9, 2018
Time: 02:30 - 04:45 PM
Room: Visual Room
Skill Level: Beginner
Duration: 2 hour(s)
Format: Training and Best Practices
Other Presenters: Soraya Okuda Project Manager, Security Education, EFF Constanza Figueroa Derechos Digitales
This session aims to guide participants in building creative strategies to visually convey maintaining good habits to combat threats online. We intend to introduce a “beginner user” — a template user archetype — which participants will localize for their own community use case. We will then guide the participants in thinking about the visual language for this beginner user in their community: what messaging are they receptive to? How can they give confined practical tips, while also conveying a sense of safety and security? At the end of this design process, participants will have concrete methods and materials to make their messages and tips digestible and action-oriented for their users.
Digital security trainers, DigiSec advocates, designers, and writers.
People will get acquainted with: Template user persona / archetype Tools and tips for helping beginners design (e.g. palettes, storyboards, user personas, mood boards, mind maps) Action-oriented messaging Think about the unique visual and written language of their communities, in terms of what that means for communicating safety and digital security Confined talking points and tips for someone who is completely new to this topic Coming out of the session, they will have: A structured process to visually convey a topic for a beginner in their community. Some of them may even have a solid tip/visual to share!