Mine is a service that allows you to see yourself like data-miners see you. It is about giving users insight into how their data is viewed by others. We split this into two realms: how individuals see you (e.g. Facebook, employers), and how machines see you (the NSA, advertisers, etc.). My team developed the project under the supervision of Clay Shirky.
My redesign of the UI in the Metro design style was a nod to Microsoft’s part in the design competition:
The project started with a single prompt:
Microsoft Research Faculty Summit
We presented the project at the 2013 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit as part of “Design Expo – Making Data Useful: Improving Your Life, Community, and World”.
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My team developed the project in a class taught by Clay Shirky at NYU ITP. It was presented at the 2013 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit as part of the Design Expo – “Making Data Useful: Improving Your Life, Community, and World” – where it won Best System Design.
My role: concept contributor, UI design, logo design, presentation design
Worked with: Omer Shapira, Donna Miller Watts, Michael Rothman
Professor: Clay Shirky