- Instructional Designers
- Learning Development Managers
Cognitive biases can impact what we design even if we don’t realize it; these biases can also reduce the accessibility of content for learners. David will be discussing how to design around cognitive biases and to possibly use biases to aid in the creation process. After the discussion, we will practice bias identification with some use-case scenarios.
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At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Identify their own implicit cognitive biases
Apply techniques to remove personal biases from design work
Use biases to improve training content
David Dylan Thomas, author of the book Design for Cognitive Bias from A Book Apart, serves as Content Strategy Advocate at Think Company and is the creator and host of the Cognitive Bias Podcast. He has developed digital strategies for major clients in entertainment, healthcare, publishing, finance, and retail. He has presented at TEDNYC, SXSW Interactive, Confab, LavaCon, UX Copenhagen, Artifact, IA Conference, Design and Content Conference, and the Wharton Web Conference on topics at the intersection of bias, design, and social justice.
A notice with details will be sent the day before the event in a separate email to all registrants.
This program will be held online using virtual platform technology. Webcams, headsets and telephone connections may be required depending on the event.
Technical support is not available during the event so please check your equipment and connections ahead of time.