I need a UI that will encourage privacy, and allow a user to selectively disclose information on a need-to-know basis, in real life and online. This can be ANY information, from a catalog of sorts including:
- Person - Age (date, or older or younger than X), state of residence
- College - StudentID, GPA, club membership & standing, alumni, graduation year
- A woman goes to a bar and shows her license. That contains her home address. The bartender or bouncer now knows where she lives, when all they needed was a photo and that she was > 21.
- A person needs to use their medical benefits, but must do so anonymously. All they need to know is that the person is valid under a current plan, and doesn't need the subscriber ID or to pinpoint that person in any way.
- A minor needs to access an age controlled website, reducing the risk that no online predators can access it.
I imagine implementing this on a mobile device (iOS, Android, etc) or on a website. Watch form factors (Apple/Android) will come later.
What UI should I use to allow users to
- Redact / hide / cross out information they don't want others to see?
- Selectively disclose more sensitive information (home address, driver's ID number)
- Combine information from various sources to create a new ID card (passport, DMV, college ID)
Thanks for helping me figure out the correct UI for this. My current life passion is to share this amazing technology with as many people as possible, and I need to make sure that it's easy for all ages, on a variety of devices.
Edit - ideas
I was thinking of having a top row of frequently (context sensitive) ID cards that can be "favorited". These cards can be flippable
....with these swipes on the back:
New items (such as a photo from a passport) can be added through a search field or a hierarchal navigation that is done through a set of screens
To make things more intuitive, I think the bottom of the unflipped card needs to have an EDIT button, and a SEND button...Why? because it's not clear that flipping a card over allows you to redact. Then again I want this to be a material design...
Edit - data location
This data is not stored on your phone; it's password encrypted on a smartcard or downloaded from the internet with a SMS validation. This concept is more secure than logging into a website (IRS, DMV, College, Equifax, etc) and gaining full access to everything.
The data is always encrypted - in air or at rest. Even if someone steals it. You can remote-wipe your device if you so choose.
Edit - How is it validated
The bartender validates it on his app using transparent cryptography, transmitted over Bluetooth, Wifi, or TLS