How to Design Products with User Privacy in Mind
Oct 29, 2019
07:00 PM - 08:30 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
Shopee Singapore, 5 Science Park Dr, Shopee Building
Singapore,Singapore View map →

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1. Early Bird Ticket price is available until 11 pm on 27th October. After that price will be 24 SGD

2. We have a special discount for students. Email a copy of your student id on to avail the same

3. This is an intermediate level talk

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5. Since we're a startup based in India, while doing the payment the amount would be reflected to you in INR. Don't worry, as soon as you book your ticket, you'll get a receipt too.

About the Speaker:

Bobby Kariyatty, Senior Product Designer at ReferralCandy

  • He is currently helping the team build a loyalty SaaS product targeted at SMEs
  • Previously worked as a Digital Analyst (Experience Design) at McKinsey & Company and an Interaction Designer at FreshMenu

Why Privacy UX?

  • Privacy UX is the new talk of the town 
  • It is important to build systems & products that keep user privacy in mind
  • Being upfront & mindful of user privacy will help gather trust and create loyal customers

You'll get to learn about:

  1. The importance of User Privacy & its Protection.
  2. The Legal Side
  3. Understanding how companies in different industries gather Consent
  4. Different ways of gathering consent in a Meaningful, Non-Intrusive Way

Along with:

Activity on Privacy test involving participants

Who should attend?

  • Members of product teams of companies that deal with consumer data
  • Designers who want to know more about privacy UX

  1. ​Shopee Singapore,
    5 Science Park Dr, Shopee Building,
    Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
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