Adam is a multifaceted visual designer, responsible for maintaining Reboot’s visual identity as well as the creative direction of compelling visual outputs across the full range of Reboot’s program areas.
Adam brings a thorough knowledge of the design research process, and experience collaborating closely with researchers throughout the lifecycle of a project, to create visual materials that spark action and inspiration. Most recently, he conducted design research into open data use in cities as diverse as New York City and Madison, Wisconsin, leading the design of user personas and other visual tools to help city leaders understand current and potential users of publicly available data, and respond to their needs. For a digital report on Kenya’s media ecosystem, Adam worked closely with Reboot’s researchers to understand and visualize key actors, and communicate the complexities of research findings.
An inspired visual communicator, Adam has also supported the design of a campaign to reach NYC’s immigrant populations to inform them of their rights, and created complex data visualizations and a new visual identity for the World Bank’s flagship annual publication. Adam comes to Reboot from the design agency world, where he built a wealth of experience in web design, front-end development, branding, and print production.
Adam is a graduate of Champlain College where he studied graphic design and digital media. Outside of Reboot, Adam can be found skiing, biking, and spending time with his wife and their dog Luna.