“Who can you Trust? How can you Trust? with Disposable Identities” Presentation, Discussion and UX Design Session on a decentralised approach to building trust online. Run by Lorna Goulden and Marcel Darienzo from the Twinds Foundation (twinds.org) focusing on the user interface of Self-Sovereign Identity – in particular the challenges of designing a truly user-friendly way to own, manage and protect the identity of people, things and data online.
A presentation will introduce the evolving trends in Digital Trust followed by a live demonstration of a work-in-progress solution ‘Twinds Connect’ – with insights from early user testing. This will be followed by a discussion on core UX challenges such as: How to establish anonymous-yet-trusted connections with others? How can anonymous ‘Things’ be trusted? How to back-up and recover decentralised ‘identities and data’ wallets? And should the responsibility lie completely in the users hands? Concluding with a UX Design session on the Twinds Trust-Check in order to uncover new and innovative ideas on how we can establish Trusted Connections.
2022 ThingsCon Who can you Trust
Lorna Goulden works as a Digital Experience Principal and is also a Venture Advisor at LumoLabs and co-founder of the Twinds Foundation – an SSI and Disposable Identities non-profit. She also initiated the Eindhoven IoT Meetup and the Eindhoven ThingsNetwork and more recently joined the board of ThingsCon. Her passion is to navigate between the different cultures of Design, Technology and Business. Building bridges whilst advocating more sustainable value creation that is driven by more meaningful user experiences. Together with ThingsCon she ran the workshop series the Trust Toolkit – with a vision to identify the tools needed to rebuild our trust in technology and data driven business.
J. Isohanni, L. Goulden, K. M. Hermsen, M. Ross and J. Vanbockryck, “Disposable identities; enabling trust-by-design to build more sustainable data driven value,” 2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience (CSR), 2021, pp. 378-383, doi: 10.1109/CSR51186.2021.9527950
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Marcel Darienzo is a user experience and interface designer, researcher and artist, member of the Twinds Foundation Design Team – an SSI and Disposable Identity non-profit – since its inception and currently working on a PhD thesis on the impact of Simulation in engineering, art and design with Annette Jael Lehmann – co-founder of the metaLab@fu_berlin in collaboration with metaLab@harvard. He is interested in how technology shapes and creates value between the physical and the digital, and works as a freelancer internationally building user-centered solutions for complex problems.