Principal Design Director at frog
Josh Musick is a veteran experience designer and hands-on creative lead with deep expertise with complex design systems, experience strategy and product design. He works as a Principal Design Director at frog and faculty member at the MFA Interaction Design program at SVA.
At frog, Josh balances his time between leadership and hands-on work. He leads the Interaction Design group in frog’s New York studio where he helps refine and grow the discipline and serves as a mentor to project teams and individual IxDs. As a program lead he helps teams solve the right problems, maintain design excellence and consistently deliver actionable outcomes. As an individual contributor, Josh can engage with digital experience challenges of any type, but he is especially adept at coaxing straightforward solutions from complex design challenges. He has broad experience in many industries, including consumer and enterprise software, telecommunications, media and entertainment, finance, healthcare, transportation, education and social impact. He’s led projects for companies large and small, from startups to the Fortune 500, and designed for the web, desktop, and a variety of mobile and embedded platforms.
Josh is passionate about using technology to enhance understanding and augment human cognitive capabilities. He believes that well-crafted technology and design has a unique ability to encourage long-term behavior change, enhance knowledge and mindfulness, and help us think at scale, with both data and other people. All are key to addressing the most pressing challenges societies and individuals face. He is pragmatically hopeful that effort and ingenuity can help create a better tomorrow.
Humanitarian organizations are under increasing pressure to collect community feedback and other data points to continuously improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and relevance of humanitarian programmes. How can humanitarian organizations partner with ICT companies to collect and analyse data in a timely and efficient fashion?