Your audience listens to you…do you listen to them?

Spaghetti forks, grocery carts, and the classical music experience that is falling behind

Photo by Yvette de Wit

twirling spaghetti is hard

hands are always the answer
this isn’t actually my friend’s because this is just an anecdote I’m making up, but this fork is pretty cool

empathy in practice

shopping cart 2.0
returns for design-driven companies (red) over S&P 500 (black)

falling behind

innovation does not mean destruction

this is not the innovation panda, just an angry panda

talk it out

just talk about it

classically-trained, future-oriented | Service Designer at GoDaddy | former Knight Foundation fellow | alum of Juilliard and New World Symphony