Jumping the Ingenuity Gap
Greg Galle, co-founder of Future, a rapid ingenuity firm, wakes up excited by the new possibilities he works to create with his clients—and what those mean for all of us. Greg has been exploring how design improves lives through story, experience, visualization, user interface, and innovation for more than 27 years. He has won awards, contributed to books, and helped all kinds of organizations achieve more through design. Greg leads Future Blitzes that unlock ingenuity of individuals, teams, and organizations. What they imagine and build with Future’s help gives him great hope for a better future.
Greg’s work has been recognized with awards from: The Clio Awards, Communication Arts Magazine, Critique Magazine, ID Magazine, The NY Art Directors Club, New York Arts Festival, and Western Art Directors Club, among others. The Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art has acquired his Suicide Book for their permanent Book Arts collection. Greg serves as an advisor to Fuse Corps and Project M. He is also a board member of Not For Sale, the campaign to end slavery and human trafficking within our lifetime.
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