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Ben is a creative director at Morse Project, a startup based in San Francisco. His thirteen years of experience span working within teams large and small, both in-house and consultancy, and from startups to corporate behemoths. Ben has worked on projects with many different areas of focus, beginning on the web but expanding to include mobile, brand, application, strategy, product and service. Prior to joining Morse, Ben has spent time at Method, Adaptive Path, IDEO, Twitter, Samsung, UK-based service design pioneers live|work, and Oyster Partners, a big British web agency you'd probably only remember if you still have the scars from the first dot bomb.

He teaches, currently at the California College of Arts and previously at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, has written for Interactions magazine, Core 77 and FastCompany among others, and has spoken at a few different places like South By Southwest, Design Engaged, Webvisions and UX Week. He is also involved as a mentor with the Designer Fund, and has served as technical director on the committee of the last few Interaction conferences ('10, '11, '12 and '13) for the Interaction Design Association. Ben's work has been recognized by the IxDA's Interaction Awards, the BAFTAs, the Spark and the Pixel awards.

Senior Lecturer, Interaction Design

BA, Middlesex University; MFA, King's College, London