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David Dylan Thomas stops by to talk about his new book, Design for Cognitive Bias, recently published by A Book Apart. We talk about the illusion of control, confirmation bias, capitalism as a bias, culture fit, bias blindspots, the myth of the self-made man, move fast and break things, dark patterns, and what can we takeaway from learning about bias?
David Dylan Thomas
Author, Design for Cognitive Bias. Content Strategy Advocate, @thinkcompany. Speaker,
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