Learning experience Design
Hi, I’m Matt, a product director for Trilogy Education Services. Previously, I’ve been fortunate to contribute to a range of clients — from startups to Fortune 100 companies— in a range of industries such as FinTech, EdTech, and Payroll Services. Some of my work has been referenced by corporate learning and development thought leaders and published in academic journals. I graduated from New York University’s Digital Media Design for Learning program and later taught at NYU as an adjunct professor in design thinking for healthcare. I enjoy building teams and products and fighting for what’s best for the learner.
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