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Andy Carlson is a freelance designer at heart, and a particularly driven individual. Since 2008, he has balanced going to school full-time with work in the field of design. Recently he co-founded the ESC Collective, who spent the summer building 12 geodesic domes for the Summit Series in Utah. He is always seeking the next challenge. This might be why he has attended three colleges and explored almost every available medium. He knows the importance of taking a step back and seeing design from someone else’s perspective. It’s part of the reason complex user experience problems keep him awake at night. Currently he is the Creative Director at Fitwall, a tech-driven fitness start up, looking to disrupt the way people get fit.

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Portland, OR
USA

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Since 2008, he has balanced going to school full-time with work in the field of design. Recently he co-founded the ESC Collective, who spent the summer building 12 geodesic domes for the Summit Series in Utah. He is always seeking the next challenge. This might be why he has attended three colleges and explored almost every available medium. He knows the importance of taking a step back and seeing design from someone else’s perspective. It’s part of the reason complex user experience problems keep him awake at night. Currently he is the Creative Director at Fitwall, a tech-driven fitness start up, looking to disrupt the way people get fit.

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Fitwall

Fitwall is a tech-driven fitness studio, looking to disrupt the way people get fit. I met Fitwall's CEO Josh Weinstein during my time at Summit Outside, and since August of 2013 I have been working for him as a consulting Creative Director. Currently I am designing and overseeing the creation of their exciting new training software amongst many other projects. So far I have been responsible for the creation of a responsive website, investor decks, a commercial, in-studio vinyls, photography, print collateral, and much more. 

Gravity based movements activate more muscles while maintaining safety.

Gravity based movements activate more muscles while maintaining safety.