Welcome to TTC Labs
Co-creating to improve user experience around personal data.
We bring together policy makers, privacy experts and product creators – using design thinking to improve trust, transparency and control in digital products.
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As young people's identities change, so does their understanding of data privacy and safety.
Explore insights and resources from co-creation with global experts, including young people, around designing for trust, transparency and control.Explore this Theme
It's impossible to talk about digital services today without talking about data. We talk constantly about the pros and cons, the dangers and benefits... but do we talk enough about what data actually is?
Educating users about data — what it is and how it is used — is key to building trust.Explore this Theme
We've created a set of tools to guide product owners who are looking to build essential data controls and transparency for people.
Explore guidelines for startups to take action and design for both data privacy and great customer experiences.Explore this Theme
Explore tools and inspiration around explaining how AI mechanisms work, through hands-on prototyping, testing and iterating towards implementation.
The ultimate goal is to fuel innovation and entrepreneurship in novel technology areasExplore this Theme
In order for people to trust the apps and websites they use every day, they have to feel both informed about the choices available to them regarding their data and empowered to make those choices. Which is why it’s important for the designers of online apps and services to focus not only on what they disclose to their audience about their data use practices, but also when that information is disclosed in the first place. Our third Lens - “Leveraging Context In Design” explores this concept and provides some useful frameworks and models for UX designers who want to experiment with using context in their flows.
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Fictional Apps Library
If you don't have your own, designing for a fictional service is a useful way to consider trust, transparency and control challenges from a new point of view. Pick one out of the 20 inspiring fictional apps templates available.Download