Our minds take shortcuts to get through the day. Usually they’re harmless. Even helpful. But what happens when they’re not?
David Dylan Thomas wrote Design for cognitive bias, a book full of ideas and advice that can be directly applied by UX writers and content designers.
In this talk, he will use real-world examples to identify some particularly harmful biases that lead users to make bad decisions. He will then share some content strategy and design choices we can use in our apps, designs, and platforms to redirect or eliminate the impact of those biases. Finally, he will explore our own biases as designers and some methods to prevent our own blind spots from hurting users.
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David Dylan Thomas, author of Design for Cognitive Bias, creator and host of The Cognitive Bias Podcast, and a twenty-year practitioner of content strategy and UX, has consulted major clients in entertainment, healthcare, publishing, finance, and retail.
As the founder and CEO of David Dylan Thomas, LLC he offers workshops and presentations on inclusive design and the role of bias in making decisions.
He has presented at TEDNYC, SXSW Interactive, Confab, An Event Apart, LavaCon, UX Copenhagen, Artifact, IA Conference, IxDA, Design and Content Conference, Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise, and the Wharton Web Conference on topics at the intersection of bias, design, and social justice.
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