Amber Case



Amber Case studies the interactions between humans and technology, and how technology affects culture.

Case is an internationally recognized design advocate and speaker, and the author of four books, including Calm Technology and A Kids Book About Technology. She spent two years as a fellow at MIT’s Center for Civic Media and Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and was a 2021 Mozilla Fellow.

Named one of Inc. Magazine’s 30 under 30 and Fast Company’s Most Influential Women in Technology, she was named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer in 2012 and received the Claude Shannon Innovation Award from Bell Labs. She was the co-founder and CEO of Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri.

Case is the founder of The Calm Tech Institute, a non-profit foundation that exists to establish new standards for designing harmonious human-tech interactions that improve our lives. She works on design, governance, and AI through her position as a Research Director at the Metagovernance Project.

You can follow her work on Medium: and on X @caseorganic.

Speaking and Consulting

A TED speaker and author, Case enjoys meeting and interacting with interesting audiences all over the world. Her speeches range from the future of technology, the future of money, and how to design products at Human Scale.


For writing and speaking opportunities, please reach out to Monica Davis (, case at caseorganic dot com, or reach out on Twitter @caseorganic.


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