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"Terms & Services"

A piece about not always fully understanding the software we are consenting to use.

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Tell us more about you. (1,000 characters)

Hi, I'm Daniel. I live in Paris, France. I have a BA in cinematography and a love for Photoshop since the early 90's. My passion and my hobby is telling stories through visual and audio visual media.

Why are you participating in this Challenge? (750 characters)

Cybersecurity and security are very near and dear to my heart. Having an opportunity to visually express my sentiment and my vision on this subject was something that I couldn't pass on.

What is your experience with the field of cybersecurity?

  • I have never worked in cybersecurity before but am excited to learn more and get involved.

What best describes you?

  • I’m a visual creator by hobby.

How did you hear about this OpenIDEO Challenge?

  • OpenIDEO email / social media

Location: City

Paris

Location: State / District

Ile de France

Location: Country

  • France

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cybersecurity.jpg

First draft with a more abstract message

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Photo of Dima Boulad

Hello Dani Lu ! Happy to see your contribution to the Cybersecurity challenge. How would you consider pushing this idea further? We've had a large number of very interesting creations, have you had a chance to browse other submissions? There's a very interesting conversation around cybersecurity going on!

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Hi Dima Boulad , thank you so much!
I was thinking of making the "spiderbots" even more realistic . Also making the message even more clear; that the terms and conditions we are consenting on, without ever really reading them, nor having much say on them, may come back and bite us! (For example: leaking some of our sensitive data and the company doing it, not be held responsible/ accountable for it) by making the phone screen appear bigger in the frame, change the composition/orientation of the phone so the writing is more easy to read, and making the image overall more aesthetically pleasing and appealing but still creepy and scary . Maybe changing the words "Terms&Services - updating" with just a symbol for downloading? ( I think that would make the message more broad, but maybe it would be a bad thing...)
Perhaps also make a GIF out of the image with the spiders approaching at a rapid pace?
Yes, I've seen quite a few creative and interesting ideas!