Design for Cognitive Bias
Our users have biases and so do we. My new book, Design for Cognitive Bias, explores how design and content strategy can help keep them at bay (or use them for good).
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 design can mitigate bias (or use it for good) and help people talk to each other more clearly and treat each other more equitably. I also offer an inclusive design workshop if you want a deeper dive on these topics.Get In Touch
Talks, workshops, webinars. I get up to a lot. Here’s what’s coming down the pike.
UX Copenhagen 2023
UX Days Tokyo
From Business to Buttons
See Me in Action
Talks and webinars I’ve given. Articles I’ve written. Podcasts, web series, and movies I’ve made.
TEDNYC: Three Rules of Productive Discourse
beyond tellerand 2022: The Content Design of Civil Discourse
Confab: Fight Bias with Content Strategy
“Lately, I’ve been thinking about…”
The Cognitive Bias Podcast
Webinar: Turning Conflict into Collaboration with Content Strategy
Webinar: Design for Cognitive Bias
Cui Bono? (on police violence)
Dunk Donuts with Dave
The Dawn of Woke Tech
The Painfully Obvious Intersectionality of the United States of America
The Revolution Will Have Structured Content
Why the Poor Deserve Good UX
The Least Dangerous Game
SXSW: A Million Medicis – Funding the Content Revolution
Here’s some other folks talking about my work.
Atlantic article about fighting online harassment (quoted)
Engadget article about bias in tech (quoted)
Guest on Presentable Podcast
Guest on Mike Monteiro’s Voice of Design podcast
Adobe blog post about bias in AI (quoted)
Article about my work on the Abstract blog
Guest on the ShopTalk podcast
Q&A in The Splash
Guest on The Iowa Idea Podcast
Guest on the Tech for Good Live podcast
One of the speakers at this excellent Content Teatime session
I appear throughout this podcast series on equality in tech