Chris’s professional experience comes from healthcare and corporate architecture, and product design industries.

Interest areas in research and practice include:

  • design education
  • urban furniture systems for public space
  • the integration of 'design-thinking' in K-12 education
  • people-centered research and design for human-service-systems
  • environments and systems enhancing health care delivery and outcomes
  • design for experience within the built environment, and design for social impact

Subject Area:

  • Industrial Design.
MCP, Auburn University, Community Planning, 1996
BIND, Auburn University, Industrial Design, 1994
design arts environmental design or technology graphic design architectural design museum exhibit design industrial arts education curriculum development learning motivation educational improvement educational reform instructional technology educational research problem-based learning adult and continuing education college students undergraduate education graduate education industrial design computer-aided design (cad) computer-aided manufacturing (cam)
American Institute of Graphic Arts
Industrial Designers Society of America