David Ramos is a designer, technologist, and teacher. He designs and develops projects in interactive, print, and time-based media. His approach combines user-centered design methods, sensitivity to client and audience needs, and a conviction that design should speak expressively.
Clients include advocates, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs: people who need to share their understanding of the world with others. His practice covers the design process from information architecture through visual design and front-end development, with expertise in content-managed websites and design for mobile devices.
Mr. Ramos teaches interaction design and development at the Corcoran. His classes ask students to integrate culture, code, and form. He is interested, on one hand, on bridging the gap between print and web practitioners and, on the other hand, on helping others to understand the unique characteristics of interactive media.
Mr. Ramos received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and studied English and geography at Williams College. His personal creative practice focuses on landscape history and ways of knowing the human environment.