Georgina is a Designer at IF, who brings exceptional creative research skills to her design work.
She is able to ask the right questions during user research to untangle the challenging perspectives people have towards privacy and security. Her design work articulates these findings in ways that tell a compelling story. Georgina’s work at IF ranges from leading projects to facilitating workshops and user research, where she draws on her previous experience at University of the Arts London.
Microinteractions for the system: design in the age of techlash
Georgina will talk about how to design accountable and trustworthy services, especially when there aren’t obvious user needs - but there are really important systemic ones.
Includes examples of interfaces from IF’s work and things we've learnt from other industries about building trust in systems that use emerging technologies.