TL;DR: You can help improve the tools sources use to communicate with journalists with a 30 minute interview.
* Why do you need my help?
The SecureDrop team is constantly fighting two battles: security and usability. Every security improvement means more usability challenges. The SecureDrop team is constantly fighting two battles: security and usability. Every security improvement means more usability challenges. The SecureDrop UX team is actively looking for first hand testimony from investigative journalists to ensure it evolves in a user centered way. As a journalist, you can help by taking part in a 30 minute interview conducted by a member of the SecureDrop UX team.
* What happens after the interview?
A transcript of the conversation will be sent for you to approve, even before it is shared with the SecureDrop team. You also get to decide if it is shared among the people participating in the SecureDrop UX team or not shared at all.
* How will this help me?
With these interviews we can better understand the mental model of a journalist who communicates with a source and adapt the conceptual model of the SecureDrop system accordingly.
* OK, I want to help. Now what happens?
Scheduling an interview is simple: just send a mail to [log in to unmask] We prefer to meet in person, if possible, but an encrypted video or voice conversation also works fine.
Loïc Dachary, Artisan Logiciel Libre
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