The culture/language/dialogue philosophy is built upon the fundamental notion that the best design is often that which merges culture with collaboration resulting in a dialogue we all can learn from. Development projects—projects that look to identify traditionally underserved audiences, for example, are unique. These types of projects are especially appropriate for culture/language/dialogue. My expertise and research has centered on this type of development and I understand the challenges of creating design that is inclusive and operates from the ground up. While not all projects take on this special focus, working with multiple stakeholders at various levels of engagement in the public or non-profit sectors is what I do best. Creating design solutions that address underserved people, places and problems in a collaborative fashion with the client, stakeholders and community members is perhaps the best type of design development project there is.

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