Jason Severs is a principal designer at frog design and a leader in the company’s design research practice. He is responsible for promoting a holistic perspective through translating the needs of users and business into meaningful design. Before joining frog, Jason worked with Bruce Mau Design on Massive Change, a project that aimed to communicate the transformative capacity of design as well as its impact on health and wellness, urban planning, global markets, the military, and the future of public and personal transportation. Jason has also illustrated two books on theoretical physics with renowned scientist Brian Greene. Jason cut his teeth in design research at Columbia University’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning developing courseware and distance learning applications. He has served as adjunct professor at NYU and regularly lectures at the Stern School of Business.
BFA, Painting and Sculpture, Memphis College of Art, 1995
MA, Instructional Design and Technology, Teachers College Columbia University, 2002