wiki:user/Linda

Linda Naeun Lee

Welcome to my page! ٩(◕‿◕)۶

I'm Linda, and I lead the UX team at Tor Project Inc. I have a Master's Degree in Computer Security from the University of California Berkeley, where I worked as a researcher in SCRUB (secure computing research for users' benefit) and BLUES (Berkeley laboratory for usable and experimental security). My master's thesis was tested if people could connect to Tor in censored environments.

Contact me at linda [at] torproject [dot] org or message me on IRC @linda.


Tickets I own

Ticket Status Summary Owner Reporter
#23150 new Re-evaluating tor browser's security controls: let's have one place to adjust all per-tab, global, persistent, and per-session security preferences. linda linda
#22611 needs_review Make TB uninstall instructions more detailed in FAQ linda pastly
#22609 needs_review Fix 3 links in FAQ "What would The Tor Project do with more funding?" linda pastly
#22559 new Please add to good/bad ISPs page: bad experience, Turnkey Internet linda Theia
#22522 new Fix broken links linda Fleming
#22487 new Add https version of `deb.torproject.org` repository install instructions linda anadahz
#22427 new Link to Linus's nightly builds from somewhere? linda arma
#22412 reopened Add "How report bad tor relays" info to www.torproject.org linda cypherpunks
#22402 new Usablity and accessiblity improvement on the Tor assistant page linda iry
#22198 new Wireframes for torproject.org subpages linda linda
#22178 new Website redesign: Mirror list site linda Samdney
#22121 new Design tasks (tor project website redesign) linda linda
#21952 reopened .Onion everywhere?: increasing the use of onion services through automatic redirects and aliasing linda linda
#21951 new Helping censored users boostrap to Tor: Tor launcher improvements and automation linda linda
#21222 assigned Redesigning torproject.org: cleanup and update, content organization, and creating themed portals linda linda


Monthly Summaries

2017

August 2017

I finalized the design and copy of Tor launcher (#23261, pdf) and Mark has also built a working prototype of this new design. It will be implemented soon! I also finished three iterations of the Onion Browser branding survey, which aims to quantify how likely they will pick Onion Browser from an app store of browsers that claim to be affiliated with Tor, and what they would find more helpful in signaling the recommendation for Onion Browser and Tor.

July 2017

I gave a talk to PETS 2017 on my paper on usability of Tor Launcher, IA'ed content for torproject.org, and finished redesigning Tor launcher. In addition I started other work, such as: potential changes to the tor browser toolbar to give easier access to security controls, messages and indicators for different states when visiting a .onion site (http + .onion, for instance), and user testing for onionbrowser to validate recent changes to their onboarding sequence.

June 2017

I spent a majority of the month making design changes to the tor blog (#22510,#22392, #22395). I also iterated on the design of tor launcher according to my previous research, and attended Mozilla all-hands to talk about uplifting features, and future UX work. June felt like a productive month, mostly due to the organizational processes in place! This was the first month of weekly ticket triages and team meetings, which gave us a better sense of what is going on in the organization and how to prioritize our work.

May 2017

With Antonela, I made the initial wireframes for all pages and subpages for torproject.org. I also participated in brainstorming next steps for improving Tor launcher. I attended Stockholm Internet Forum, restructured the UX meetings and how UX tasks are tracked in tickets, and brainstorming/getting devices for user testing.

April 2017

I made progress on redesigning the torproject.org website (#22120 and child tickets), attended tor-mobile meetings and gave UX feedback on onboarding screens, and got better at team organization and project management. We now have a regular UX team meeting with agenda, a team roadmap, use tickets to track work, and triage tickets on a regular basis.

Mar 2017

Performed user tests on the mobile security slider, designed the portals for torproject.org, especially the support page, brainstormed improving tor launcher, browser fonts, and security slider for tor browser, attended rightscon and interacted with human rights activists, policymakers, and funders, and designed tor-official images and banners.

Feb 2017

I designed wireframes for the support page and brainstormed ideas for redesigning the home/landing page. My motivation for doing this is to prepare for the SIDA proposal. Other things I did include: fixing up my research paper that got accepted into PETS, organize user testing of the orfox security slider, planned the seattle meeting to talk about grants and future projects, working with Elio to make tor-official images, and reaching out to lots of volunteers.

January 2017

I created a user testing plan and supporting documents for Orfox, provided UI feedback for OONI's web interface before launch, and contracted a designer to start re-making all official tor-images in .svg format. I supported the metrics team in deploying https://metrics.torproject.org, wrote a blog post to coordinate, and handled the blog comments.

2016

December 2016

I finished redesigning the Tor metrics page. I worked with the OONI's contracted UX designer, Adarsh, and designed the web and mobile UI for OONI.

November 2016

I led the efforts to redesign the Tor Metrics page. I also finished writing my research paper on a usability evaluation of Tor Launcher to PETS 2017. And helped hire a contracted UX designer for OONI to design web and mobile UI.

October 2016

I designed Orfox's security slider UI (project page,#20291 ). I also worked on writing up my usability evaluation of Tor Launcher, incorporating feedback from the last round of reviews from PETS 2017 and adding new methodology, inspection, and design sections.

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