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Friday, March 4 • 12:00 - 12:15
Usable Security – Oxymoron or Design Principle?

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When a user opens Facebook, he wants to post a picture. When she logs into her bank, she wants to see her balance. Security is not front of mind, and if it gets in their way - they’re likely to look for a shortcut or simply walk away. Yet, we consistently push security decisions to users. In this talk, Rachel & Guy will discuss how to build experiences that are actually secure without alienating users.

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Rachel Ilan Simpson

UX Designer, Google
Rachel Simpson is a UX Designer on the Google Chrome team. She has worked Design Agencies, Startups and Software Companies, and often speaks on topics related to Design and User Research. Rachel co-founded Make Munich and founded Munich Design Jam, where Designers, Developers and Startup folks build a prototype in a single day. For fun, Rachel loves to travel (and live) other places. She is originally from Canada, lives in Germany, and often... Read More →


Friday March 4, 2016 12:00 - 12:15
4. Campfire Stage Mannerheimintie 13, Helsinki