David Schwartz is a designer, researcher, and strategist of international development and social impact who leads design programs at argodesign. In 2015, he was named one of the world’s top designers by Fast Company. He has spoken, led workshops, and taught at General Assembly, Austin Center 4 Design, SXSW Eco, Association for Community Design, Social Good Summit, and TEDx. His work or ideas have been published in How Design, Makeshift Magazine, Impact Design Hub, FastCo Design, and MIT Tech Review. Previously, he worked at IBM Design working on Watson, from which he holds design patents and IP publications. On the side, David is an avid traveler and writer.
Fundamentals of Design Research
Get started with a brief yet in-depth foray into the fundamentals of design research.
AIGA + GA Present: Stepping Up Your Research Game
Three experts of User Research speak on how to incorporate research into your design process in new and efficient ways.
Designing for Lasting Impact: The Role of Culture & Context
Culture is an inherent & critical element in effecting positive behavior change. Learn to identify & incorporate culture nuance into your designs & development for lasting impact.
Contextual Research and the User Experience: Applying Anthropology
Join us for the Texas Anthropology Summit Kick Off as we open the weekend with happy hour, networking and a panel highlighting the best applications of anthropological research.