Dropbox

Transparency

In this project, I led the design of Dropbox's Transparency section, which shines a light on how governments seek information about Dropbox's users, and how Dropbox responds.
Challenge
How might we show how governments request information about Dropbox users, and how Dropbox responds with integrity?
My Role
UX Design, Interaction Design, Visual Design, Motion Design, Prototyping, Research, Usability Testing
Year
2016
Timeline
4 weeks
Tools
Sketch, Atomic
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01

Understand

Context

In the summer of 2016, there was growing uncertainty about the future of privacy on the web. People wanted to know more about how governments and big tech were handling their data.

Before this work was done, Dropbox published a lengthy bi-annual report which was hard to understand and didn't offer much in the way of context.

I wanted to share the story of how Dropbox protects its users through data visualizations and concisely written copy supported by illustration.

Problem definition

How might we show how governments request information about Dropbox users, and how Dropbox responds with integrity?
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02

Telling a story through data

Ideation

Full write-up coming soon.

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03

Polish

Designs & Prototype

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