Executive VP of user experience design, SchematicA Privacy Dashboard
Right now, there are different categories of content and many, many different layers of settings, so much so that it's very hard to get to the actual settings you might be interested
in. In order to look at your photos or your bio settings, you have to read the description, go in, look at it, then jump back out to another section to experience that. It's all very
hard to understand.
So I created a dashboard view, something very visual. I wanted to lay everything out for the user so they could see it all in one place and one time. I didn't try to change the
different levels of brand clarity that you have access to, but I consolidated things and I removed some of the delineation among kinds of content. This way, you're not jumping back
and forth from category to setting to profile to see how one affects another. You're just manipulating the graph and moving things from one category to another. You could even allow
for things like multiple select. It allows for a much quicker experience as you can change things all at once.NEXT: Jason Brush