I am a recent Industrial Design graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design, with a background in Sciences and Social Sciences. Industrial Design has allowed me to integrate my previous skills with my true passion for design.
What excites me about Industrial Design is that it covers a breadth of topics such as human behavior/psychology, science, and technology. Industrial Design requires a lot of collaboration with professionals from different disciplines – to me, collaboration makes Industrial Design even more exciting.
New challenges make me feel alive! Human beings have conflicting interests, and a challenge that I am particularly invested in is discovering where those interests intersect so as to create meaningful experiences.
As designers, we have been given a unique opportunity to improve lives. Hence, we have a responsibility for which we should be held accountable because our decisions directly impact the world we live in and the people we design for.