Define problems and make stuff. Keep doing it over and over.

“I’m a designer. I make things.” In his talk, Chris shares his journey through design; from learning to draw to teaching himself how to build CD-ROMs and eventually websites and apps to his appreciation for screenprinting and photography, Chris understands the power of making and that, “what’s beautiful about design is it’s not for the creative: It’s for everyone. It’s a process you can apply to any problem in your life.”

About the speaker

Chris Glass is a designer at Wire & Twine. A Cincinnati native, his work blends visual design, identity development, user-interface, photography, motion and from time to time, t-shirts.

He has worked with organizations throughout the area and beyond in his 19 years, helping visualize ideas, sites, applications and products for Artworks, Adobe, The Breeders, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Parks, The National Outdoor Leadership School, The Smithsonian, Sun Microsystems, Spark People, Sprint, Tattly and the U.S. Government.

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