Michele Tepper is an interaction designer and thinker fascinated by the way technology is reshaping culture, and vice-versa. For the last fifteen years, she’s been part of this reshaping herself, building products and services informed by users’ contexts and needs, and with an eye for what’s next on the horizon.
Michele’s career has spanned Fortune 50 companies and startups, government agencies and design firms, with clients including Microsoft, MTV, McKinsey, and Google. You might have encountered her work at the Museum of Mathematics in New York, or on a trading floor, or while setting up your home to be more energy efficient. More recently, she’s made tools to help developers and researchers access critical public data, which were lauded by good-government groups and bureaucrats alike.
Michele trained as a writer and a literary scholar, and wrote the first academic study of trolling. (Her parents were, in fact, proud.) In the place of a recent headshot, how about this picture of a kitten?
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