Senior Vice President of Experience Design at Mad*Pow
Startupbootcamp Digital Health Berlin Mentor
Dustin DiTommaso is Senior Vice President of Behavior Change Design at Mad*Pow. A designer and researcher, Dustin’s work involves the study and application of behavioral science, motivational psychology and human-computer interaction to the design of technology-assisted behavior change interventions, products and services. His client portfolio includes partnerships with a range of innovative start-ups, non-profits, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies across domains, including healthcare, financial services, education and social impact.
An advocate of autonomy-supportive design, Dustin’s person-centered philosophy takes an inclusive, “working-with” rather than “doing-to” approach to positively influence and transform people’s motivation, attitude and behavior in context, helping them to achieve wanted, lasting behavior change.
He is a sought after workshop facilitator and speaker on topics ranging from motivational psychology and behavior change to gameful design and organizational culture. His insights have been recognized by a number of organizations such as MedTech, MITX, Design Museum Boston, Mashable, Core77 and Science 2.0, while his work has won several design awards.
A fair amount of my clients and work cannot be publicized. I’m honored to be able to list the following:
Vulcan Productions, CDC, John Snow, Inc., Ignilife, Joslin Diabetes Center, Cleveland Clinic, Henry Ford Hospital, Janssen, Johnson & Johnson, Civil Society Institute, World Bank, CGAP, CFPB, Federal Reserve Bank, Bank of America, Aetna, Cigna, Galvanic Ltd, MyStrength, Reflexion Health, Healthrageous, Context Communications
Cengage, Pearson, Oxford University Press, Elsevier, John Wiley, McGraw-Hill, Sage Publications, Cambridge University Press, National Geographic
Interaction & Service Design:
GE, MIT, Harmonix, Time Inc., Iridium Telecom, H&R Block, Continuum, Fast Co., ESPN
ICA, MFA, ISGM Boston, WAM