is a Fellow at
Design for America. Graduating from Columbia in 2013, Julian comes to
DFA with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and an explosive passion for
innovation. As a DFA Fellow, Julian hopes to unite the various studios by
inspiring and producing life-changing projects that improve communities.
In this interview Julian shared his personal experience and insights into
the nature of empathy as related to Human-Centered Design. We also talked
about his personal needs for empathy. Julian shared his story of how he
became interested in Human-Centered Design. He wants to have a deeper and
ongoing empathic connection with people he is designing for.
Being a designer is
a 9 to 5 kind of a job, but
an empathic way of being in the world.
Sub Conference: Human-Centered Design