People are interested in learning: how to avoid bad UX because of strong consequences, how to guide users through tasks, how humans interact with software, how to make people care; UX questions for specfic projects; how to make highly complex systems more simple for users; how to make interfaces for contracts manageable for non-lawyers; what UX can mean in a decentralized space; interest in design
Eileen: people solving design problems independent from each other, also in the decentralized space.
Do people need to know that it’s decentralized?
How to approach UX in general? What are the steps? How to do user research? How do I do synthesis?
How (and whether) to explain the difference between protocol and client
Reasons for decentralization very diverse: explaining to people why to decentralize
Q: Is there any exisiting framework for UX in the decentralized space? A: Not as far as I know.
Eileen showing the Whimsical overiew of UX questions around decentralization. Forexample， Mentalmodels， privacy
browser plugin for managing identity
sneakernet / archive)
What is an identity? Can someone have multiple identities?
What is an accessible way of talking about it? (Containers)
if you want to share information but not be caught having that information. And how can people verify that the information really came from you
can you trust your mobile phone?
screen: with a dongle connected; beacon to broadcast? [We don’t trust our phones enough for it to b the one to carry the information, but also not wanting to have a separate device that would make you suspicious to authorities]
Peer 2 Peer Messenger App
What are basic elements? Add people.
Discover new users? QR code
Find by community!
Sharing of contacts/trust
Client implementation doesn’t have to match the protocol; there can be reduced complexity in the client.