Isn’t being a designer enough? Jason believes that humans aren’t professional ninjas, unicorns, or evangelists. He credits degrees in architecture and interaction design for shaping his core principle: design is a responsibility, not a lifestyle.
As an architect in the '90s, Jason thought about how people experience our world. Later, he ditched his pen and ink to focus on the digital landscape. He now dreams about experience design, information architecture, strategy, and teaching.