Our team is passionate about creating next-generation products and user experiences.
We're designers, engineers, hackers, and hustlers who discover and validate new business ideas. We love to work with ambitious people who have a healthy disregard for the impossible and a knack for choosing interesting problems. Think you got what it takes? Join us.
Lance is a former aerospace engineer turned product designer. He’s worked at NASA, Lenovo, and founded DXLab Design to provide strategy, vision, and design guidance to companies leveraging exponential technolgoies. So far, the startups he’s advised have raised over 90M with one acquisition.
An industrial designer with a background in mechanical engineering, game design, biomedical engineering, and cracking jokes. Worked in the commercial entertainment industry - including conceptual art (character and environment), storyboarding for film and game narrative, graphic design and comic-book illustration.
Elvina has sold and developed multimillion-dollar projects for the world's biggest financial corporations. When she's not singing, she heading up marketing and partnerships.
Inna is passionate about human emotion and motivation with applications to AI. She has her MBA with a focus on behavioral neuroscience, and fights for the human (prioritizes consumer psychology and insights) at the intersection of technological development and disruption.
Jharwin crafts pixel-perfect user experiences in his sleep. When he's not designing drone pilot apps he's building his own racing drones and flying them in VR.
Brendan is prolific user experience designer and product manager. He worked at Intuit, Mint, and took a year off to explore the world.
When he's not creating experiences meant to break down social barriers, bring guests into vulnerability and connect them in meaningful ways, he's heading up design at DXLabs.
His work has been featured in New York Times, Bold Italics, Huffington Post, Slate, WSJ & Financial Times.
Jordan develops business strategy and brand identity direction, including market research, market implementation, developing logo design, naming and brand voice. He's our resident expert of all things Reddit and cryptocurrency.