A majority of Comcast's customers showed little to no understanding of how the company protects and collects user data. This implies that the topic is perceived as broad and complex by this group of users.
These are the types of users who show interest and are often long-time and returning customers. Based on testing, we found that they generally want to learn more about what digital privacy means and how important it is.
Based on our findings, these customers are experienced users who have a history of online hacks and bad actors from other entities. This user group specifically shows above-average concerns about online safety and digital privacy and looks for actionable steps on The Privacy Center.
White boarding sessions and reimagining from the views of the customer. Approaching from a holistic point of view and showing how transparency builds trust. We explored different layouts, architecture and partnered up with the product owners on how to delivery more than just a reskinned experience. Building it from the ground up.
Exploration work and low-fi wireframes
Restructure of the navigation bar to guide new and returning users. With the new navigation, users can start to understand the core function of The Privacy Center and take actionable steps.
Reducing clutter and focusing on a more open dashboard solution. Your privacy choices, where any users or customers can start to explore different privacy products. Creating multiple entry points to manage all things Comcast privacy related.