I am a UX & UI Designer and currently freelancing in New York City. I am a graduate of both Rochester Institute of Technology’s New Media Design Program and Parsons School of Design’s Masters of Design and Technology. I have had the genuine pleasure of creating pieces for The World Bank, NGOs, and people throughout the world.

My goal is to achieve harmony and increase empathy in our digital lives by focusing on human experience. This is achieved by augmenting the universal human values and adapt them to the user interactions and experience I develop.

Most Recent Project

Roots Mobile Application

Selected Works

Familiar

Familiar

Dungeons and Dragons Grimoire

Dungeons and Dragons Grimoire

A Mindful Hike Installation

A Mindful Hike Installation

SF Parking Interface

FACET – Retail Experience

Best of High Country

Recent Posts

June 20, 2017 in Design Project

Roots: Photography, Memory & The Moment Symposium

*Please use headphone for optimum listening experience* In this talk, David Utt, designer, developer and graduate of Parsons MFA Design and Technology Program, present an application and questions the belief that modern technology now allows us to record more of our life through photos and…

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June 20, 2017 in Design Project

Familiar AI Companion

Familiar is an AI chatbot built as a supportive companion. This piece was developed as part of the Interface Cognitive A.I. Collab working with design leaders at IBM, Han-Shen Chen (now Lead Product Designer at Microsoft), and Bell Labs, Wei Wei (UX Designer). Familiar is an app to help…

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May 21, 2017 in Journal, Project Review

Thesis Roots | Conclusions

Sorry that it has been a while it has been a mix of a thesis, symposium, documentation, developments, pretty much a whirlwind of adventures but I wanted to let you know that my Thesis (for now) and my time as a graduate student in the MFA…

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