Norris is a multidisciplinary designer from Oakland with over a decade of experience. He strives to create meaningful products and services with care and curiosity. His expertise spans across design research, UI/UX design, service design, information design, and frontend development.
Norris recently graduated with honors from the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design where he explored the intersection between society, nature, design, and technology. His final thesis, a winner in the Core77 Design Awards, investigated how design could help promote resiliency against climate change in rural Central America.
Previously, Norris designed public services at Code for America, built interactive books at Inkling, and supported sustainable food producers at the Good Food Foundation.
Norris received his Bachelor's of Science in Biology from Brown University and studied Graphic Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. He was an active participant of the iGEM synthetic biology community.
When not working, Norris enjoys spending his time making food and being in nature. He thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in 2014 and the Sierra High Route in 2016.
This site was designed and coded by Norris, typeset in Roslindale, built with Jekyll, and hosted on Github Pages. Responsive images were generated with Jekyll Picture Tag.