Brock Danner

Founder & Chief Designer,

Brock Danner studied architecture and design at Syracuse University, received his Bachelor of Architecture from the New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT, and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. Prior to founding Design Made, he was Director of Design Strategy in the Arnell Innovation Lab, prior to that he held Director positions at Saatchi & Saatchi X and Jack Morton Design. Brock began his career in architecture working with internationally renowned architect Peter Eisenman.

Brock has become a sought-after leader in consumer experience design with a proven track record of continually creating ground-breaking and highly successful consumer experiences. He was creative lead on numerous high-profile projects, including the global exhibition experience for Samsung, the redesign of Walmart stores and customer experience, brand and experience creation of LG’s Life’s Good Studio, design of the award-winning broadcast set for Anderson Cooper, the redesign of McDonald’s stores, and the International Civil Rights Center & Museum. Since forming Design Made he has overseen the creation and redesign of numerous brands and experiences, including the recent conception, design, and implementation of the highly successful new store experience for Wells Fargo.

He was an adjunct professor at the NJ School of Architecture, and his work has won numerous design awards.

 
 
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