My name is Majid Dadgar. I graduated from the Ohio State University this summer (2011) in Industrial and Product Design Master’s program (MA). My Bachelor’s (BA) is in Industrial Design from University of Tehran. My specialties are designing for disabilities, 3D Modeling, Rendering, and CAD, participatory design, User Experience Design, Ergonomics; I hold a minor in Applied Software Engineering from the Ohio State University too; I am familiar with designing websites, databases, and JAVA programming.
When 14-year-old Leo Chen began dissecting computers in his native Taiwan, he had only a faint idea of what design was. His Chinese upbringing did predispose him to understanding harmony. With that deep appreciation of how things flow together, he has emerged from the University of Houston (UH) as a certified problem solver.
2011 SMA | David Fustino, IDSA | Wentworth Institute of Technology
Like any designer, David Fustino has learned to solve problems on the fly, work within a unit, express his individual style and persevere through the worst situations. The difference between him and the rest of us: he began learning those skills on a soccer pitch.