Schulze & Webb formed in June 2005, as a creative design consultancy working hands-on with companies to research and develop their technologies and strategy. Specialities include mobile, web, physical computing, interaction and sociality.
Jack Schulze obtained his MA in Interaction Design from the Royal College of Art in 2006, previously running an independent design studio for four years and graduating in Graphic Design from Central Saint Martins in 2000. He is interested in optical perception, especially in display, and focuses his graphics work on looking and perspective. His projects in this area explore maps and representations of urban space. Most recently Jack's interests are in the aesthetics of mechanisms, and his work is drawn from comics, cinema, manufacture and television.
Matt Webb is an engineer and designer, tinkering with web toys and short fiction outside his work at S&W. If you were to sum up his design interests in one word, it would be "politeness." He is co-author of Mind Hacks, a successful book bringing cognitive psychology to a general audience. Previously he has worked in R&D at BBC Radio & Music Interactive, on the changing nature of listening. Matt can be found at Interconnected, where he comments on society and technology, and in London.
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