Posts tagged with Privacy By Design

What will be the biggest UX trends in 2016?

I recently covered some of the biggest UX trends of 2015, such as ever-increasing customer expectations and the rise of personalisation. 

Here we’re going to be looking forward with the help of a crystal ball I bought from a charity shop on the way to work this morning.

Obviously that's not true. We'll actually be hearing from a panel of UX professionals who have kindly lent us their experience and insight for the purpose of producing this post. 

1 comment

How will privacy by design principles impact web development & UX?

One of the many significant changes being introduced by the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the requirement to adopt principles of privacy by design (PbD) when creating or revising processes or technology.

Given that websites are regularly being redesigned and developed, often by out-sourced agencies, it is quite likely that when the requirements become law, web development projects will be the biggest, most immediate category of impacted software development activities.

0 comments