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Congratulations to our inaugural Berkeley MDes Cohort! On May 17th, the first cohort graduated from Cal’s Master of Design program, the first of its kind in the UC system.
We are so proud of and inspired by your work,
Hello, I’m a recent graduate from the University of Southern California, where I earned a degree in Business. After graduation, I pursued my passion for UX design, working at a design agency for a year,
Kloey works at Deloitte Digital on an integrated design team and has experience in innovation consulting ranging from product management, design strategy, concept definition, and user research. Kloey earned a Berkeley Certificate for Design Innovation (BCDI) from Jacobs Institute in 2018,
This is Ronan, a multidisciplinary designer who cares about design and technology’s social impact. I have an architecture background from China and studied landscape architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
My name is Yanyi. I studied art and design here at Cal and graduated in Spring 2019. During my time here at Berkeley, I was actively involved in design clubs and worked as a UI designer for Berkeley Mobile and with numerous organizations and startups from the Bay Area.
We are delighted to share that Stephanie Bianco has been appointed the Director of Career Development for the MDes & the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation (JIDI)!
Stephanie Bianco is a career educator with years of experience working in higher ed,
Eleanor Mayes (MDes FA22) has just been awarded an Arcus Social Justice Corp (ASJC) Fellowship!
The ASJC is a new fellowship program in the College of Environmental Design that offers significant debt-relief to select graduate students who intend to do social justice work after graduation.
Hello! I love taking things apart and seeing how they work. I like to imagine all the the design decisions that went into a product and dream up how they can become even better!
I’m a software engineer living in San Francisco. I studied Design and Media Arts at UCLA, and learned how to code online between studio classes. As an undergrad student,
Georgios Grigoriadis is an Architect (of things).
His work seeks to engage with the notions of curiosity and impact. Curiosity as the constant movement upon media, scale and disciplines.