A self-initiated with Mathilde Zamour, this exploration targets the illegibility of the terms & conditions and privacy policy agreements we blindly consent to.

Terms & Conditions in their current condition suck and are a pivotal moment in skewing the relationship between digital providers and users. Taking inspiration from what Creative Commons did for IP, we wondered whether we could use visual taxonomies to communicate the contents of these legal documents in a more accessible way?

How might we re-imagine these documents to be legible, accessible, and transparent? Can a visual iconography help communicate what you’re consenting to?

We began imagining alternative displays. While the wireframes themselves are very low fidelity and flawed, they serve as an invitation to imagine redesigns.

Read more in the Medium article here.