Yesterday and today
It’s 1995. I’m 19 years old and I’ve just been hired as a digital design intern at Newsday, which at the time was the sixth largest newspaper in the U.S. On my first day I walk into a room full of drafting tables—all empty. My editor tells me, “You’ve just taken the job of what used to be six paste-up artists.”
As the world became more and more digital, so did I. I went from information graphics to advertising to immersive digital experiences. Now, as the first Chief Creative Officer at Infor and in enterprise software, I lead a team of creatives who are reimagining the possibilities of technology for people at work. Along the way, we’re using design-led thinking to transform Infor’s company culture.
And now we’ve expanded our digital think-tank practice to partner with key customers to strategize, design, assemble and run large-scale digital ecosystems.