Dyslexic Design Thinking : Gil Gershoni explores the benefits of applying the dyslexic mindset to creative problem-solving

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

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Virtual Salon Series : The Bigger Picture With Amazing Dyslexics

The Bigger Picture With Amazing Dyslexics

Banner for the Bigger Picture With Amazing Dyslexics, made up of 16 photos of Amazing Dyslexics taken from the book.
San Francisco Magazine Party : Gershoni Creative and San Francisco magazine celebrate the city’s most stylish individuals

Gershoni Creative and San Francisco magazine celebrate the city’s most stylish individuals

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Medium Article : Embracing Dyslexia? It’s as Easy as 1, 3, 2.

Embracing Dyslexia? It’s as Easy as 1, 3, 2.

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Medium Article : What is Dyslexic Design Thinking?

What is Dyslexic Design Thinking?

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Medium Article : The Power of Visualizing as a Tool for Creativity

The Power of Visualizing as a Tool for Creativity

An abstract collage of colorful shapes, black ink and Gil Gershoni's face, representing the process of visualization.
South By Southwest : Gil Gershoni and April Durrett introduce Austin's annual conference to Dyslexic Design Thinking

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

Portrait of Gil Gershoni and April Durrett for their lecture on Dyslexic Design Thinking at South By Southwest.
Medium Article : Solve Team Work-From-Home Stress with Dyslexic Design Thinking

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

Screenshot of 4 Gershoni team members holding random objects to the camera as part of the Creative Intervention series.
Quarantunes : Hear what it sounds like when our studio shelters in your place

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

Screengrab from an AdForm interview with Amy Gershoni. She has short, dark hair and red lipstick.
The Dyslexic Experience Salon : A salon series dedicated to the unique advantages of the dyslexic mindset

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

Gil Gershoni seated, surrounded by six people in conversation. The Dyslexic Experience logo is in the lower corner.
Contemporary Jewish Museum : Are We There Yet?: 5,000 years of answering questions with questions

Are We There Yet?: 5,000 years of answering questions with questions

Poster from the museum exhibit Are We There Yet? at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, curated by Gil Gershoni and Ken Goldberg.
Medium Article : I Was Always Told My Dyslexia Was a Disability. Then I Developed a Relationship With It.

I Was Always Told My Dyslexia Was a Disability. Then I Developed a Relationship With It.

Wall in the offices of Gershoni Creative covered in papers that read, "i am me!" "read between the clues" and "fuck feelings.
Medium Article : How Leading With Neurodiversity Improves the Workplace Dance

How Leading With Neurodiversity Improves the Workplace Dance

A pile of polaroid photos stacked on top of one another showing the Gershoni team in various states of work and play.
Medium Article : The Truth About Big-Picture Thinkers

The Truth About Big-Picture Thinkers

Distorted photograph of Gil Gershoni taken in a mirror.
Quarantunes, Vol. 2 : Working From the Far: Afropop, vocal jazz and indie rock—oh my

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

A bright red vinyl record next to a blue and black cover. The text on the center of the vinyl reads, "Quarantunes, vol. 2."
Toast & Jam : An evening of music, wine & damn-fine folk

An evening of music, wine & damn-fine folk

A woman in a black dress with a pattern of peaches sings alongside a big brass band.
Wired Magazine : How Technology Helped Me Cheat Dyslexia

How Technology Helped Me Cheat Dyslexia

Mock-up of a cellphone browser opened to a Wired article titled, "How Technology Helped Me Cheat Dyslexia."
Quarantunes, Vol. 7 : Sky So Big: A little ol’ playlist for Big Sky Country

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

A yellow vinyl record with an orange sleeve styled to look like a desert sky. It reads, "Sky So Big."
Medium Article : Dyslexic Entrepreneurs Are Successful By Any Measure. It's All in the Way We Think.

Dyslexic Entrepreneurs Are Successful By Any Measure. It's All in the Way We Think.

An illustration of a night sky with drawings meant to look like constellations, including a hamburger and a smiley-face.
Quarantunes, Vol. 3 : Party-in-Place: Because the '80s weren't enough as it is

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

A red CD case with a white woman's face on the front. On the side it reads "Party-in-Place."
AdForum : Amy Gershoni & How to Inspire the Next Gen of Female Leaders

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

Screengrab from an AdForm interview with Amy Gershoni. She has short, dark hair and red lipstick.
Quarantunes, Vol. 5 : Dedicated to the Ones I Love: Disco ball not included

Dedicated to the Ones I Love: Disco ball not included

Blue vinyl record cover with a red rollerskate on the front. In 70s lettering, it reads, "Dedicated to the Ones I Love."
Quarantunes, Vol. 1 : LoFi-G: Chill beats for working—or studying, or baking

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

Red and white vinyl sleeve sheathed in plastic, reading, "Quarantunes, vol. 1: Lo-fi G."
Quarantunes, Vol. 12 : Running on a Dream: Find your work(out)-from-home rhythm

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

Vinyl sleeve made out of an iridescent silver material, with the words "Running on a Dream" sprawled across the bottom.
Quarantunes, Vol. 11 : Keep Calm and Cook On: Spicy tunes to bring out your inner home chef

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

Pink vinyl sleeve dotted with red chile peppers on a tile background. The sleeve reads, "Keep calm and cook on."
Digiday : "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

Mock-up of a DigiDay article titled "I'm just wired differently: Why advertising seems to have so many people with dyslexia."
Quarantunes, Vol. 9 : Pop Escape: Free Britney and go Gaga

Pop Escape: Free Britney and go Gaga

Black and white CD cover of a smiling Black woman surrounded by flowers. It reads "Pop Escape."
50/50 : The past, present and future of women and power, hosted by Amy Gershoni and Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Webby awards co-founder Tiffany Shlain

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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Quarantunes, Vol. 4 : The Only Prescription: Punk rock for moshing alone in your room

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

Yellow and purple cassette tape with a punk woman on the front. Text on the side reads, "The Only Prescription."
Dome Obscura : Transforming a century-old San Francisco landmark dome into a pinhole camera

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

One of the walls of Gershoni Creative with a photograph of a cityscape projected onto the walls and ceiling.
SF Design Week : An Evening of Wine, Dyslexic Design Thinking and a Tour of Gershoni Creative

An Evening of Wine, Dyslexic Design Thinking and a Tour of Gershoni Creative

Gil Gershoni giving a lecture on Dyslexic Design Thinking. The DDT logo is in the lower left corner of the image.
Quarantunes, Vol. 6 : It's Only Temporary: The antidote for a life on repeat

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

A ripped vinyl sleeve with the words, "It's Only Temporary" repeated across the front.
AdForum : Gershoni Creative Co-Founder Gil Gershoni Talks Culture & Success

Gershoni Creative Co-Founder Gil Gershoni Talks Culture & Success

Screengrab from an AdForm interview with Gil Gershoni. He is wearing a dark suit and eyeglasses.
Quarantunes, Vol. 8 : Dirty Dirty: It’s self-explanatory

Dirty Dirty: It’s self-explanatory

Neon green vinyl record with a pink sleeve. In plush, cheetah print lettering, it reads, "Dirty Dirty."