Marta Cuciurean-Zapan, Daniel Orbach and Bruno Pieroni take the stage!

It’s our last talk of 2017, and keeping with tradition, we’ve invited three of our audience members to take the stage. In her talk Marta Cuciurean-Zapan explains how she applies her background in social science and visual art to inspire and inform design, Daniel Orbach discusses how he built his multi-faceted background in research, interaction design, and industrial design allowing him to bring a diverse set of skills to bear on complex and compelling problems, and Bruno Pieroni waxes poetic in haiku. — Follow along with us at @Chicago_CM! Video by Chris Mendoza

About the speaker

Daniel is a Senior Designer at Digital McKinsey. Having previously worked at places like Moment and Frog Design has helped him build a multi-faceted background in research, interaction design, and industrial design allowing him to bring a diverse set of skills to bear on complex and compelling problems. His experience ranges from financial products to the underbanked, to envisioning futuristic human machine interfaces for luxury automotive brands. When he’s not designing, he can be found working on a personal project – he once recorded every single subway ride he took in New York City for an entire year just to analyze the data - playing guitar, gaming, and trying to get better at photography.

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