From journalists, to pro-democracy advocates, to dissodents—for many of our users the stakes are indeed high. Many of these high-risk users expressed a need to share files with people in a more light-weight way.
Can’t Crossclave already do this? Well, yes... kinda.
While onboarding a person as a team member-proper could solve this problem, user feedback highlighted several painpoints that render this seemingly simple solution ineffective.
Much of the design and prototyping for this feature was done at a medium to high fidelity as much of the design was utilizing existing components in the app... insert twitter meme about skipping important UX steps 🙃
The feature is discoverable within the existing action menu for individual files within the CC file browser...
The recieving end UI is designed as a simple web app, as shown in the mobile browser mocks here.
The final web app UI for the recipient side of the secure file send interaction is minimal and simple, while integrating some of the playful product illustration from the CrossClave app proper.
Feedback as funneled through our customer success and sales teams indicate that Secure Send feeds two birds with one stone by: