// Hamara Internet app

// Anti-harassment digisec training app

Role: Design and front-end development

Technologies used: HTML, SCSS, Javascript, ionic, Angular

Digital Rights Foundation run digital security training workshops in Pakistan to help women protect themselves against online harassment. The Hamara Internet training app draws from the training manual e-book in order to serve as a standalone resource as well as a complementary part of the workshops. Topics covered in the app include two-factor authentication, reporting harassment and physical device security.

This project was the focus of my time as a Making All Voices Count Fellow with the Digital Rights Foundation, and my work on it has continued beyond the end of my fellowship. This Android app is being built primarily with ionic and will be available in Urdu and English. The logo represents the purpose of the app - security for women - in the figure's outlined keyhole shape. Women in Pakistan face unique challenges to their privacy and so the icon is designed to be innocuous.

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