Why Are There 284 Holes In My New Shoes?
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Bob takes a look at some of the unusual and often functionless design details found in everyday life from areas like fashion, architecture and product design. Gain insights into the history of these design details and why they have remained a part of the design vernacular – even after losing their original purpose.
Educated at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Bob’s curious mind and knack for personal service set the tone for the H&W team. He directs all brand development projects for H&W ensuring projects are developed and executed with a strategic eye, fresh perspective and meticulous craftsmanship. He is a sought-after lecturer and speaker – recent engagements include delivering keynote addresses at the University and College Designers Association (UCDA) in Phoenix, Arizona and at the SUNYCUAD Conference in Rochester, NY. Bob is Vice-President of Communications for the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) and is also on their Board of Directors.