Did you know?
- 60% of school apps leak student information to Big Tech?
- Most mobile apps create persistent channels to third party data brokers who can share your data far and wide?
Your Personal Information is none of anyone’s Business. IA can help keep it that way.
Are you creating products that respect the needs and autonomy of your users?
Would you like to learn how to evaluate your digital products for respectful behavior?
It’s possible to measure ethical behavior of technology and Information Architecture is a key component. Join Noreen Whysel and you will Learn:
- How can Information Architecture inform the design of safe and respectful apps and websites?
- What is the Me2BA Safe & Respectful Technology Specification?
- How can you get involved?
About the speakers
Noreen is a Brooklyn-based UX researcher, information architect and teacher. She has over 25 years of experience, specializing in designing understandable information spaces, digital archives, and data and usability standards. Her recent research includes the effect of climate change on healthcare access by vulnerable populations, accessible science gateways and user perceptions of online data privacy.
She is an active member of several tech standards groups including the W3C (IA, COGA and Voice Interaction CGs), Kantara Institute (RIUP and PEMC WGs), UXPA ISO review and Internet Safety Labs where she is works on digital safety specifications. She is COO of Decision Fish, providing standards consulting, start up mentoring and research services. She is an Adjunct Lecturer at CUNY New York City College of Technology.