Prepare to Design the Future
March 19–20, 2017: Training
March 20–22, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
San Francisco, CA
Jennifer King

Jennifer King
PhD Candidate, UC Berkeley School of Information

Website | @kingjen

Jennifer King is a social technologist who draws upon her training in the social sciences and human-computer interaction to investigate the issues that arise when technology and society collide. Most recently as a researcher at the Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic at UC Berkeley’s School of Law, Jennifer focused on privacy and security on the internet, in sensor networks, and in ubiquitous computing environments (including RFID and video surveillance technologies), usable security, and technology policy issues. Previously, she worked in security and product management for several internet companies, including Yahoo, where she was an online community expert. Jennifer holds a master’s degree in information science from UC Berkeley’s School of Information, where she is currently a PhD candidate.

Sessions

3:35pm–4:15pm Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Beyond the screen
Location: Tower Salon A
Level: Beginner
Ame Elliott (Simply Secure), Elizabeth Goodman (18F / General Services Administration), Adrienne Porter Felt (Google), Jennifer King (UC Berkeley School of Information)
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If users don’t trust a product, they won’t use it. Too often, security and privacy are treated only as engineering problems—not problems involving design. Using examples from large-scale software deployments with more than a billion users, this panel deconstructs UX microinteractions—details giving immediate feedback—that communicate security and shares tips for designing trustable interactions. Read more.