ADHD as a content design superpow… look a squirrel!

This latest episode of Writers in Tech is a bit controversial and includes topics like inclusive design, sexuality, ADHD, and more.

This latest episode of Writers in Tech is a bit controversial. In it, I had the pleasure of chatting with Danny Harrop-Griffiths, content design lead at Mojo, about inclusive design, sexuality, ADHD, and more.

We also coverd topics like:

  • Writing for the government vs. writing for difficult topics such as sex, sexuality, relationships, and gender
  • Why people with ADHD make good content designers
  • When should we ask for the gender of the user 
  • How content design can help people with ADHD
  • A step-by-step guide to procrastination
  • Why you should delete all social media apps from your phone (or at least remove all notifications)

Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4n6icHZbDEcXRX4DafjtPw

Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/writers-in-tech/id1467160757le

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