Those tossed salads and scrambled eggs must be calling again, because Did I Do That? is in Seattle for the AIGA Design Conference! Lee-Sean Huang (Creative Director of Foossa and Director of Design Content & Learning at AIGA) joins Sean to talk dialup conspiracies, leveraging the combined might of the Center for Academic Precocity and the Cronkite School of Journalism to make a reality show, and what business people think about.
You can find more about Lee-Sean at his website, leesean.net, or follow him nearly anywhere social by searching for the handle @leesean. You can find the Lee-Sean's podcasting work with the at anchor.fm/aigadesign, or by searching for "AIGA Design Podcasts" wherever you prefer your pod-based experiences are found. You can learn more about Foossa’s work in service design, futurecasting, and more at foossa.com.
This episode was recorded at the 2022 AIGA Design Conference in Seattle, Washington on Saturday, October 22, 2022.
About the guest
Lee-Sean Huang is a cofounder and creative director of Foossa, a community-centered design consultancy. His practice incorporates storytelling, user experience, and service design to build more inclusive, participatory, and resilient communities. Lee-Sean serves as the Director of Design Content & Learning for the AIGA, where he supports the the AIGA Design Educators Community, as well as producing and hosting the Design Future Now podcast, the Design Future Live Instagram show, and various webinars and online events. Lee-Sean also works as adjunct professor at New York University, the Parsons School of Design at The New School, and the School of Visual Arts, where he has taught classes on social innovation, entrepreneurship, storytelling, and futurecasting. He once appeared in a viral yodeling music video where he used capoeira to fight a giant rat.