Ashley explains how the USABLE project makes open-source security and privacy software more usable by giving at-risk communities around the world a voice in the design and development process.
Social media & website
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @global_ashm, @USABLE_tools
- Website: usable.tools
Resources mentioned in episode
- Jon Camfield published an article titled "Where did USABLE come from?" that explains the motivation for starting the organization.
- The free USABLE Guidebook contains resources and activities to help trainers and facilitators to collect relevant and useful feedback from high-risk users.
- The USABLE blog has a ton of posts about their mission and interviews with their partner organizations.
- Ashley explained how USABLE gets hands-on help from design and user experience partners (Simply Secure and OKTHANKS) and accessibility partners (Accessibility Lab).
- Ashley shared the story of working with Thomas, the lead developer of Mailvelope, an app that allows you to send end-to-end encrypted emails. Also, check out the Mailvelope Blog.
- USABLE created detailed personas to help developers understand how to make their products more usable for at-risk communities around the world.
- USABLE has also recently supported the Secure Drop, Orbot, and KeePass XC projects. The USABLE blog has great interviews with these projects.
You can find the host of The All Things Auth Podcast on Twitter @conorgil.