I’m David. I’m originally from Australia, but live in New York City. I’m here on Twitter if you’re in to that kind of thing.
I spend my days thinking about where the world is heading with the ever expanding reach of technology, though unlike the doomsayers, I think we’re getting brought back together after having been flung as far apart as we possibly could have been. I believe this is a good thing. My focus is on product and service design, and how those two things are lowering barriers to self-expression in new ways.
I’ve been referenced in a bunch of places by some lovely people, often in association with the presentation below. Over 70,000 people have also read Digital Strangelove (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Internet) – if you haven’t please do and let me know what you think.
In a time when I didn’t write as much I produced games for EA, Disney, Mattel and Universal, and have put over 2 million copies of software into the world. Some of it was pretty good, promise.
When not thinking about tech, I argue about popular culture with Stu, Matt, my friend Ian, and whoever else will listen. Usually there is nobody else. Some of that writing will appear here too; I make no apology for that.
Thanks for visiting, I hope you find it’s worth your while.