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Announced Oct 24, 2019

Refinement


Congratulations to the 25 contributors who have been invited to further refine their concepts. Browse their submissions below!

During the Refinement Phase, shortlisted visual creators will seek feedback, receive mentorship from a cybersecurity professional, and develop their concepts into a final portfolio of five designs. 

Note that contributions are now locked to edits as we ask the shortlist to focus their time on refining concepts offline. Starting September 23, contributors will have two weeks to edit their applications with a final submission deadline of October 4 at 5PM PST.

All shortlisted submissions are openly licensed under Creative Commons (CC BY 4.0), which means that while the creators retain copyright to their materials, they give others permission to distribute, remix, and build on the work, as long as the artist is credited for the original work.

We're grateful to the shortlist evaluation panel:

  • Charlotte Stanton, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Eli Sugarman, Hewlett Foundation
  • Mike McNerny, Arbor Networks
  • Philip Reiner, Technology for Global Security
  • Stephanie Sizemore, OpenIDEO


Questions? Email us at cybersecurityvisuals@ideo.com

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An illustration which imagines an IOT integrated home in the future, visul cybersecurity measures required for the new technology.

An illustration which imagines an IOT integrated home in the future, visul cybersecurity measures required for the new technology.

Photo of Rebecca Wang
19 10

Visual language designed to establish a lexicon of trust in an evolving landscape encompassing devices, locations, and our bodies.

Visual language designed to establish a lexicon of trust in an evolving landscape encompassing devices, locations, and our bodies.

Photo of Terrell Shaw
4 5

In the natural world, sometimes a species’ self-defense mechanism is the ability to not be seen by predators.

In the natural world, sometimes a species’ self-defense mechanism is the ability to not be seen by predators.

Photo of mariah jochai
10 13