Graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2005 with an B.S. in Engineering, David continued to pursue his dream of becoming a designer by attending the gradID program in 2006. He has since than produced a plethora of designs ranging from consumer to medical products that are currently on the market. His passion for art and design can not only be seen in his design work but also in his personal work as well. David has started a small design firm with another Art Center alumni in late 2009 and is now on their third client.
Prior to the creative madness that was Art Center, Peilun earned his living as an applications developer for IBM Global Services and IBM’s Almaden Research Center. As a developer, he gained expertise in systems and user interface design, but desired to expand his understanding of design to physical products as well as user experiences. He is especially interested in the intersection between software technology and physical products.
Peilun holds a BA in Business Administration from the University of Washington and is currently working as a freelance designer.
David is a graduate from The University of Kansas (yes I know, we’re not in Kansas anymore) where he first learned of user-centered design. Through Grad ID, as well as his work experiences, David has assembled a unique combination of creative and business methodologies used to find original and non-obvious solutions. He is currently working as an Industrial Design + Research Consultant in Los Angeles, CA. http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidstolzer
Colin was raised by wolves in southern hinterlands. He was housebroken and washed at Rice University (B.A. in Arch, B. of Arch.), and then formulated into a proper design-beast at Art Center College of Design (M.S.I.D.). His professional ghastliness has served a diverse set of clients including Wireless Generation, Nokia, NASA, Nike, Biodesign, Razer, AUX, and Terrazign. He currently teaches at California College of the Arts in the Undergraduate Industrial Design Department and Graduate Design Department. He also serves as the Acting Chair of the Industrial Design Department and spends sleepless nights in his lair building, consulting, tinkering, and writing. He has not yet bitten any clients or students.