Stories by Tim Duschenes
Tim Duschenes is a designer and strategist focused on helping people understand, navigate and redesign society’s most complex systems. He has worked on issues including benefits access, workplace age-inclusion and consumer data usage for public sector clients including the Executive Office of the President and the City of Philadelphia, nonprofits such as The SCAN Foundation and AARP, and corporations including Nike, CVS and Pfizer. As a 2021 Urban Design Forum Forefront Fellow, Tim worked on supporting new immigrants into NYC who want to build small-scale food businesses. Tim holds a BA in Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design, and is passionate about educating designers on the cultural, political, and economic structures that shape and are shaped by their work.