David’s first job was as a junior designer on Montreal’s public bike system, named one of TIME Magazine’s inventions of 2008. He has since designed for brands like Cisco, Nestlé, Google, and the Royal Conservatory of Music. A finalist in Openbrand’s Rising Star 2015, he enjoys collaborating on both strategic design and production.
Designed an MVP blockchain crowdfunding platform for emerging markets that placed second in the Blockchain for Social Impact hackathon (2017, financial inclusion category).
Developed the brand identity for the Museum of Jewish Montreal, providing a context and sense of identity crucial to early-stage success.
Created the user interface and website for Guestful, a restaurant reservation management tool that was later successfully acquired.
Designed digital and print materials, educational and promotional resources, and branding for Transform the Sector 2017, a conference about how we can leverage new tools, models, and methods to build a data-enabled social sector for the 21st century.
Collaboratively created Biometric Bias, an AI-based web installation about biased datasets.