Shaun Mosley is a Designer / Researcher at Nava Public Benefit Corporation. With eight years of experience in Product Design, he applies technology in order to create a more equitable society. As an active member of the civic tech community, Shaun fills his time pushing for prison abolition, mentoring new technologists through Code for Atlanta, and making Georgia the best state for Black people to live in. You can find him emoji-reacting to comments in many Slack channels and on Mastodon as @ShmosKnows@theatl.social.
- Portfolio: Shaun Mosley
- Nava PBC
- How to Remake the World Neighborhood by Neighborhood by: G.S. “Mack” McCarter and Tim Muldoon
- Trauma-Responsive Design Research: A New Model for Change
- Project:City of Los Angeles Innovation Week
- Project: New York Civil Liberties Union, Listening Room
- Journey With Purpose: Listening Spectrum
Researching where people are
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I think one of the faults of our recurrent norms is that, we don’t really care about things. Or not even care about things, but we don’t care about people. The three things to make research more equitable, caring, actually caring for people, centering those who have the highest need, and meeting people where they are.