Sunday, March 10, 2013

About Brian Verhoeven

Brian Verhoeven is the Manager of Information Architecture at Forum One, where he works with clients to develop an optimized user experience that balances an organization’s mission and the needs of its target audiences. Recent clients with whom Brian has worked include The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, The Food and Drug Administration, Millennium Challenge Corporation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Conservation International, KaBOOM!, McCormick & Company, Pew Charitable Trusts, Enough!, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. 

Brian was an interaction designer at The Washington Post before joining Forum One. In this role, he assisted with the design of the Post's classified self-service application. He also designed its subscriber self-service website, available to hundreds of thousands of users. He also played a key role in developing the online community for the Strom Thurmond Boys & Girls Clubs Leadership Institute at Clemson University. 

Brian earned his bachelor's degree in English at Virginia Tech and master's in professional communication at Clemson. He belongs to the Interaction Design Association and The Information Architecture Institute. At home, he is either cooking something for his family or riding his Trek bicycle.

Brian Verhoeven's lecture will be 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 17 in the Design Studio.

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