Humanizing privacy with power of User Experience (UX) Privacy is a fundamental human right and this needs an understanding of data.
Many companies fail to leverage industry-standard usability principles to make privacy regulations easy for their customers to understand and consume. Looking from both organization & consumer perspectives, I will showcase how UX can simplify the integration of privacy /security compliance and scale for future regulations.
Rapid change is making it difficult for CIOs to understand, prioritize requirements and adapt to the timeframe required. To add to the complexity, there are differences in opinion among data scientists as to what constitutes “personally identifiable information” (sensitive information) that is critical to define before privacy regulations can be accurately addressed.
As the C-level executive responsible for privacy compliance, leveraging a UX approach to addressing these regulations may help future-proof your projects and simplify your efforts overall.
UX Manager, Informatica
Ranjeet Tayi is a product design leader & Ux strategist with 15+ years experience crafting world-class Ux for enterprise – cloud data management products enhancing human experience with simple, usable, beautiful, scalable and intelligent designs. Currently leading global Ux team for Informatica Data Catalog, Privacy & Security products. He started his career as a design entrepreneur, co-founded Mind Visions (VFX company) and later worked for SumTotal, Cognizant & Pure IT Usability Research. His commitment to design-centric social impact has led contribute to several non-profit boards. Co-founded Ignite Hyderabad and a core team member / co-curator of UX INDIA Conference. He spread design happiness by evangelizing good design at various conferences & guest lectures at design/management schools. His talks and articles featured at RSA Conference, World Usability Congress, IUI, UXPA, UXIndia, etc. Graduated in design management from Grow, USA and holds a dual master’s degree in mass communication and advertising.