More about Jon Riley, CultureSource Tech Expert-in-Residence:
Jon‘s expertise spans UX research and design, cybersecurity policy, and technology strategy with a focus on social justice organizations and the NGO sector. In addition to serving as CultureSource’s Tech Expert-in-Residence, he has worked at various nonprofit organizations, serving as leadership through organizational digital transformations. He is attuned to both the technical and social affordances of technology, centering both in his engagement and process. He is the founder and principal of Technology for Art and Cultural Transformation (TACT) and has served a range of clients, locally in Detroit to the international context.
Jon received his Master of Urban Planning and Design and M.S. in Information from the University of Michigan, and is currently working on his PhD in Information. His research focuses on urban computing, the digital divide, and public-private partnerships models of governance.
Jon’s areas of expertise:
- Intention Diagraming: assessing organizational goals, cost / programmatic value, benefit
UX / UI Design: user experience expertise, thinking through problems and coming up with solutions
Organizational Technology / Systems Design: thinking through internal systems
Cybersecurity: organizational cybersecurity focused on nonprofits
Online event organizing: how to make it engaging, monetizing content online