Internews, with support from Okthanks and Simply Secure, hosted a month-long virtual event entitled AXIS: A Global feedback Exchange for Trainers, Auditors, Designers, and Developers.
So, why has it become more important for young women to get to know about digital security? Because more and more, they’re using and living in the internet world, either for education, to earn some money, or simply to have fun.
Security tools are vital to ensure at-risk users like human rights defenders and activists stay safe while doing their valuable work of activism and defending human rights.
Collecting feedback from at-risk users is a critical first step, but it is not the final step in the process. To maximize the impact of the feedback loop between end-users and developers, trainers, auditors, and other facilitators should ensure that the feedback shared is of high quality, relevant, and consistent.
Internews UX Feedback Collection Guidebook Many of the most at-risk communities around the globe rely on open source privacy and security tools.
Trainers and auditors should have the ability and framework to do quick research on tools before beginning the feedback collection process.
We are excited to offer a new AXIS Feedback Collection Certification. As part of our 2020 event, Axis: A Global Feedback Exchange for Trainers, Auditors, Designers, and Developers, we are bringing together key communities to map privacy and security tools being used by at-risk organizations and to identify concrete ways that we can support improvements to those tools.
Human-centered design is a principle that intentionally places humans, their needs, their concerns, and their experiences front and center when building a system.
Though business models vary case by case, there are significant differences between the development ecosystems of closed source tools (many of which are private and commercial) and open source tools.