For Drew Kemp-Baird, being a designer isn’t about conjuring up a final product—it’s about understanding an underlying problem and proposing a well-rounded solution. He suggests that whether you’re designing a building or birthday party invitation, thinking like a designer is a crucial skill that all of us should master and implement into everything we do.
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Designer in Progress
Joi Song recently graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York with a degree in interior design. She was born and raised in Korea until her family immigrated to New Jersey to expose her to new perspectives and opportunities. She had lived in the Bay area for 1 year to work as a design coordinator for new construction of a corporate environment.
She moved to Hawaii in June 2016 and joined Group 70 as an interior designer.