Amurabi, legal design agency

Legal design: making the law transparent, accessible and actionable

In this episode of the UX Content Craft podcast, Apolline Rouzé* (podcast host), Senior UX writer and co-founder of Lorem UX writing, talks to Marie Potel-Saville, founder of Amurabi and Fairpatterns.

In this episode of the UX Content Craft podcast, Apolline Rouzé* (podcast host), Senior UX writer and co-founder of Lorem UX writing, talks to Marie Potel-Saville, founder of Amurabi and Fairpatterns.

  • How can we ensure that everyone who uses an interface is fully aware of his or her rights?
  • How can we ensure that the law, this time synonymous with legality, is as transparent and actionable as possible?
  • How do you reconcile this legal transparency with the business objectives of a company, especially one that designs a digital service?

🎙️ To listen to the episode, go to:
- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0e9cXI04BT1wfaQ1SWyxZa?si=BIriiBR1TD-LywX_f6C_Qg

- Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/37-legal-design-rendre-le-droit-transparent-accessible/id1515130928?i=1000657375915

- Other listening platforms: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/uxcontentcraft/episodes/37-Legal-design-rendre-le-droit-transparent-accessible-et-actionnable-Marie-Potel-Saville-fondatrice-Amurabi-et-Fairpatterns-e2k8uu2/a-abahi9o

Enjoy.