Episode 63 | Jason Griffey on ethically designing a service to heatmap physical spaces that respects users’ privacy — on open software, to boot.

Michael Schofield
Oct 11, 2018 · 1 min read
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In this episode of my user experience design podcast Metric, Jason Griffey and I talk about Measure The Future, a privacy-conscious human heatmapping service demonstrating how moar data and user privacy aren’t mutually exclusive.

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