Why are designers content with the title “problem-solvers”? Mike believes that characterization is way too limiting. Designers shouldn’t simply solve problems and answer questions but propose different problems and ask new questions. This shift can elevate design beyond a pragmatic business tool into a powerful medium with deep and lasting cultural impact.
Has worked with:
- American Express
Is an expert in:
- Creating visual identities that solve problems and ask questions
Wants you to know:
- BFA, University of the Arts
- Uncompromising admiration of: Samuel Beckett, book sales, Cy Twombly, the lowercase “e” in Times New Roman Regular, my cat, Rei Kawakubo, and Arvo Pärt