Adam Zeiner is an Interaction Designer at the Design Institute for Health, a radical collaboration between Dell Medical School and the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin. Adam focuses on systems, networks, design-futures, and information architecture and visualization.
Prior to joining the Design Institute, Adam held an extended product design internship at Spredfast (formerly Mass Relevance) on the visualization cohort of the consumer experience team; long-term contracted as an associate designer at Razorfish; worked in a multifaceted UX design role at projekt202, did a bit of unintended freelancing, and then worked in an interaction-focused experience design role at Drawn (formerly MU/DAI).
Avocationally, Adam is a board member of The Design Futures Initiative, lead organizer of the Austin chapter of the Speculative Futures Meetup, and one of the founding members of vurv tech-arts collective. He also enjoys getting outdoors, getting tattoos indoors and traveling as much as possible.
Adam received a BS in Advertising from the University of Texas at Austin where he was accepted into the Texas Creative & TexasMedia Sequences and an Interdisciplinary Certificate in Digital Arts & Media through the Bridging Disciplines Program.