“Amber Case studies the symbiotic interactions between humans and machines — and considers how our values and culture are being shaped by living lives increasingly mediated by high technology.” – Ted.com
An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology
CreateSpace, Jan 2014
Calm Technology: Designing for the Next Generation of Devices
O’Reilly Books, Oct 2015
Available through O’Reilly’s Prerelease program in Summer
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Amber Case is the Director of Esri’s R&D Center, Portland, where she works on next generation location-based technology. Previously, she co-founded Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri in 2012.
In 2012 she was named one of National Geographic’s Emerging Explorers and made Inc Magazine’s 30 under 30. Case has spoken at TED on technology and humans and regularly speaks around the world.
Case is a proponent of data ownership, and uses her domain as her own personal data store and identity provider. Case co-founded IndieWebCamp in 2010. Case is interested in furthering the ideas of Calm Technology, wearable computing, and the future of the interface. You can follow her on Twitter @caseorganic or at caseorganic.com.
Amber Case is the Director of Esri R&D Center, Portland, where she works on next generation location-based technology. Previously, she co-founded Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by mapping company Esri in 2012. Case co-founded IndieWebCamp in 2010. You can follow her on Twitter @caseorganic or at caseorganic.com.
High resolution photo of Amber Case (1067 x 1600 pixels).
Case is a welcomed speaker across many verticals. From colleges and universities to conferences and lunches, Case is just as comfortable speaking in front of large audiences as she is at smaller gatherings. To book Amber Case for a speaking engagement, contact Monica Davis at monica dot davis at caseorganic dot com. Note: Amber Case is currently booked until January 2015.
“She’s a digital native. She’s from the future. She’s come back to help us figure out how to think.” -Kris Krug, in Fast Company Magazine