Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson is a Senior Mobile Visual Designer at Arity. She has worked in many different environments from start-ups to large corporate companies.

She was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder after being misdiagnosed for most of her life. With a newer understanding of how her mind works, she has new a doggy companion and is challenging what is a “normal” working environment. She strives to raise awareness of neurodiversity and hopefully start conversations that create more productive and inclusive working environments.

For more, keep up with Amy at or on Twitter as @J_Justified.


UX Camp Fall 2018

Neurodiversity at Work: Valuing Teammates Who are Wired Differently

I am a Visual Designer in corporate America; I am also on the Autism Spectrum. I’ve thrived in my career using self-awareness as a tool for bringing out my best work and approaching design from a different direction. Growing a neurodiverse design team has its hurdles, but the pros far outweigh the cons. I will talk about improving work environments, identifying communication styles, and being a great team mate to those that are wired a bit different.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the benefits of hiring those with atypical brains
  • Learn how to best collaborate with individuals that have ADD, ADHD, Autism and more
  • Make your team work environment healthier and more flexible for all employees; both neurotypical and atypical
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