Designing for Safety: Key Considerations with Eva PenzeyMoog
April 6 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm PDTFree
CHIFOO Monthly Meeting
There are no silver bullets when it comes to designing for safety, but knowing and understanding of some of our most common blind spots as designers helps. This brief talk covers the domestic violence threat model as well as specific areas of concern, including trouble with shared accounts, Internet-connected harm, location data, and surveillance. We’ll also discuss what designers can learn about authentic consent from the anti-sexual assault space. Finally, the audience will walk away with a high-level overview of implementing a practice of designing for safety into their everyday work.
About Eva PenzeyMoog
Eva PenzeyMoog is a principal designer at 8th Light and the author of Design for Safety. Before joining the tech field she worked in the non-profit space and volunteered as a domestic violence educator and rape crisis counselor. At 8th Light she specializes in user experience design as well as education and consulting in the realm of digital safety design. Her work brings together her expertise in domestic violence and technology, helping technologists understand how their creations facilitate interpersonal harm and how to prevent it through intentionally prioritizing the most vulnerable users.