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Gil Gershoni explores the benefits of applying the dyslexic mindset to creative problem-solving

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The Bigger Picture With Amazing Dyslexics

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What is Dyslexic Design Thinking?

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The Power of Visualizing as a Tool for Creativity

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Gil Gershoni and April Durrett introduce Austin's annual conference to Dyslexic Design Thinking

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Solve Team Work-From-Home Stress with Dyslexic Design Thinking

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Hear what it sounds like when our studio shelters in your place

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A salon series dedicated to the unique advantages of the dyslexic mindset

Poster from the museum exhibit Are We There Yet? at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, curated by Gil Gershoni and Ken Goldberg.
Are We There Yet?: 5,000 years of answering questions with questions

Wall in the offices of Gershoni Creative covered in papers that read, "i am me!" "read between the clues" and "fuck feelings.
I Was Always Told My Dyslexia Was a Disability. Then I Developed a Relationship With It.

A pile of polaroid photos stacked on top of one another showing the Gershoni team in various states of work and play.
How Leading With Neurodiversity Improves the Workplace Dance

Distorted photograph of Gil Gershoni taken in a mirror.
The Truth About Big-Picture Thinkers

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Working From the Far: Afropop, vocal jazz and indie rock—oh my

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An evening of music, wine & damn-fine folk

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How Technology Helped Me Cheat Dyslexia

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Sky So Big: A little ol’ playlist for Big Sky Country

An illustration of a night sky with drawings meant to look like constellations, including a hamburger and a smiley-face.
Dyslexic Entrepreneurs Are Successful By Any Measure. It's All in the Way We Think.

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Party-in-Place: Because the '80s weren't enough as it is

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Amy Gershoni & How to Inspire the Next Gen of Female Leaders

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Dedicated to the Ones I Love: Disco ball not included

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LoFi-G: Chill beats for working—or studying, or baking

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Running on a Dream: Find your work(out)-from-home rhythm

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Keep Calm and Cook On: Spicy tunes to bring out your inner home chef

Mock-up of a DigiDay article titled "I'm just wired differently: Why advertising seems to have so many people with dyslexia."
"I'm Just Wired Differently": Why Advertising Seems to Have So Many People With Dyslexia

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Pop Escape: Free Britney and go Gaga

A group of white women seated in a circle at Gershoni's 50/50 event for women in power.
The past, present and future of women and power, hosted by Amy Gershoni and Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Webby awards co-founder Tiffany Shlain

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The Only Prescription: Punk rock for moshing alone in your room

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Transforming a century-old San Francisco landmark dome into a pinhole camera

Gil Gershoni giving a lecture on Dyslexic Design Thinking. The DDT logo is in the lower left corner of the image.
An Evening of Wine, Dyslexic Design Thinking and a Tour of Gershoni Creative

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It's Only Temporary: The antidote for a life on repeat

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Gershoni Creative Co-Founder Gil Gershoni Talks Culture & Success

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Dirty Dirty: It’s self-explanatory