David Schwartz founded the argodesign studio in New York focused on social impact and East Coast clients. He leads creative programs in design, research, and strategy. In 2015, he was listed among the world’s top designers in Fast Company. He has spoken, led workshops, and taught at SXSW Eco, General Assembly, Austin Center 4 Design, Texas Anthropology Summit, Association for Community Design, Social Good Summit, and TEDx. His work or ideas have been published in New York Magazine, How Design, FastCo Design, and MIT Tech Review. Previously, he worked at IBM Design on Watson from which he holds design patents and IP publications. On the side, David is an avid writer.
He has designed for mobile, enterprise, and physical/digital platforms across a variety of industries, including consumer, healthcare, NGO/social enterprise, automotive, retail, construction, smart home, scientific, cognitive computing, and analytics. He has additional experience in visual identity, branding, and marketing. His clients include Microsoft, United Rentals, Thermo Fisher, True Car, Digital Opportunity Trust, and many others.