Evinn is a graduate of the Industrial Design program at Savannah College of Art & Design. Evinn has worked in the field of product form and user interaction for many years. He has worked on a multitude of projects for companies ranging from JCB Construction to the likes of Newell-Rubbermaid and the McGee Group. He has also worked on individual project such as: VOLUME, an active home speaker system and O-Prism, an O.L.E.D. power saving plasma television. He also designed an original elderly computing system aimed at bridging the gap between the technological divide.
Evinn is very excited about the opportunity to attend the School of Visual Arts, and to be a part of the inaugural class of the MFA Interaction Design program. He believes that a successful design will merit positive user emotional responses. He is very excited to meet new people and create with people who are as passionate about what they do as he is.
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