David Dylan Thomas
– Hosted at Online!!!
part of a series on Divergent
About the speaker
David Dylan Thomas is the author of the book Design for Cognitive Bias from A Book Apart 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, An Event Apart, 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.
Counter Culture Coffee is dedicated to finding and bringing to market the most exciting and delicious coffees in the world. We approach our work with a passion for the ideal of coffee perfection, a dedication to real sustainability, and a commitment to cutting-edge education throughout the coffee chain.
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Center / Architecture + Design // The Center provides Philadelphia with educational programs, exhibitions, and a public forum to explore architecture, urban planning, and design, allowing visitors the opportunity to understand how these disciplines affect us all in our daily lives. Using our city’s distinctive breadth of architecture, pioneering urban design, and manufacturing heritage as the foundation for conversation, we educate the public through talks, exhibitions, publications, hands-on workshops, design competitions, festivals, and children’s programming.
Join us for an online talk with David Dylan Thomas on this month’s theme: DIVERGENT.
8:30 AM virtual room opens
9:00 AM David Dylan Thomas’s Talk
9:30 AM Q&A
Grab a cup of coffee and see your favorite #CMPHL pals at the same scheduled time, but while at an acceptably social-distanced space like your couch, bed, or book-nook!