New Workshop: Overcoming Bias to Advocate for Change

Learn how to Jedi mind trick your boss into doing the right thing.

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David Dylan Thomas speaking at Confab.

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Need a speaker for your next event? I’ve given standing-room-only presentations at TEDNYC, SXSW, Confab, LavaCon, UX Copenhagen, Artifact, and the Wharton Web Conference (and my webinar game is pretty tight).

My talks focus on how decision-makers can design can understand bias (and use it for good), how to help people talk to each other more clearly and treat each other more equitably, and how to advocate for change in your organization. I offer an inclusive design workshop for a deeper dive here. My newest talk offers a blunt look at how pursuing engagement for its own sake can be harmful and offers more human approaches for our work in tech.

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At our Design Summit, David’s presentation not only introduced innovative concepts that challenged conventional thinking but also ignited a collective commitment toward crafting solutions that address the diverse needs of users. His understanding of cognitive biases and their impact on the design process was both inspiring and informative.

Alastair Simpson
VP Design at Dropbox

Upcoming Events

Talks, workshops, webinars. I get up to a lot. Here’s what’s coming down the pike.

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Thomas Jefferson University: Inaugural Design & Engineering Graduate Forum

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Workshop: Overcoming Bias to Advocate for Change

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