Colin is fixated on figuring out how mind and behavior interact with our modern and evolving environment so that he can take part in creating a higher quality of life through technology. His collaborative efforts in the usability engineering process involves protocol design, recruitment, study moderation and interviewing, data analysis, and report writing.
He obtained his BS in Psychology at Philadelphia University where he conducted research on semantic category representation and its implications on creative thinking and idea generation. He draws from his background in experimental psychology to address research questions and applies training from studio courses in industrial and interactive design to cultivate and articulate meaningful insights for clients.
When he’s not thinking about design or devices, you can find him checking out the art scene, exploring tiny towns or large cities, and tending to his ever-growing collection of houseplants.