Design as a Lifestyle
I’m a designer at heart and by broad definition. For the past 15 years, I’ve worked to frame and solve problems through the vehicles of strategy, execution, leadership, and culture to explore humanity through design. It’s who I am and who I’ve spent my career helping others learn they can be too.
Let’s talk about solving problems and innovating solutions.
I promise to listen more than I speak. I promise the user will always come first. I promise to assume good intent. I promise to introduce doubt. I promise to grow collective understanding and to prize empathy. I promise to collaborate and to share what I know with others. I promise that design is not just for designers, it’s for everyone.
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MY NAME IS ADAM
In some ways, I’ve been a designer for as long as I’ve been alive. As a child, I’d watch my parents put post-its on walls and think out ways to solve problems. It was my earliest education in design thinking. It’s been my world ever since.
Over the past 15 years, my journey has taken me to some very different places—always broadening my definition of design and its importance in the world. I’ve met some amazing people, built some incredible teams, and dreamt up some innovative solutions.
I’ve been a graphic designer, an engineer, a creative director, a head of design, a copywriter, a product designer, a product manager, a brand strategist—the pile of hats grows tall. All parts of the same whole in service of the user experience.