Hello! Amedeo here. I’m a content producer, journalist, fiction writer, and UX researcher obsessed with understanding and crafting stories and information products that make people’s lives more meaningful, fun, and just. Read my Typings blog, check out my resume, enjoy some articles, grab one of my books on Amazon, or contact me.
My current gig is deputy editor of digital with Stanford Social Innovation Review, a publication dedicated to inspiring and informing leaders of social change. Previously, I helped Stanford SPARQ educate the public about using social psychology to address social issues; if you want smart ways to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in your organization, check out SPARQtools.org. I co-launched SupChina in 2015 as its first editor-in-chief. I wrote dozens of articles and made a few videos (1, 2, 3) for the The New York Times while also assisting with the production of its website from 2008 to 2012. I dove deep into the world of autism research as a web producer with Spectrum from 2012 to 2015.
Way back when, Night Terrors magazine published a short fictional story I wrote about a cursed hotel. In another era, the 48 Hour Film Project thought my team’s short film deserved an award. I’ve self-published a few books on Amazon. I enjoy writing about whatever catches my fancy onTypings, the blog I’ve tucked into this website. It’s a good place to explore UX, news, poetry, media, tech, and how-to guides.
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