We’re putting together our speaking and interview calendar for the rest of 2016 and early 2017. In addition to yours truly (the brain lady), we’ve got another person for you to consider to speak at your event or interview for your blog or podcast — my colleague, Guthrie. Guthrie is a behavioral economist with a degree in Economics from University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a law degree from Loyola University in Chicago. He is the host of our new HumanTech podcast. And, he’s also my son that joined our business full time last year!
4th quarters and 1st quarters are usually in high demand, so if you have an event coming up let us know.
Here are some of our most popular talks and topics right now:
Top 5 Things You Need To Know About People
Brain and behavioral science research is exploding with new and sometimes strange insights about how people perceive, pay attention, think, learn, and take action. We share our top 5 things you need to know about people, including surprising research on vision, unconscious mental processing, and what triggers our brains to make a decision.(We’ve just finished a new updated version with the latest research).
The Future of Human-Technology Interactions
Computer hardware and software has advanced to the point where industrial robots, driver-less cars, sociable robots, and virtual reality are real. If you are a designer you are or will be soon crafting the relationships between machines and people. Get a glimpse of the near (3-5 year) future and what that future means to the design of our interactions with technology.
From Sock Hop To Snapchat: Truths and Myths About Generational Differences
How does being in one generation versus another affect expectations for using technology, apps, and devices? We share the truths and myths about generations and how you can use these insights to better understand your products and design them for different generations.
And if you have an idea for a new topic for a talk or webinar email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let us know your idea(s)!