Parker Nussbaum is a forward-thinking product designer with a penchant for aesthetics, inclusive design, human factors, and interaction.
Parker currently is perusing his master’s in human computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon University with an expected graduation of fall 2020. Prior to which, he worked at Rottet Studio as the company’s in house industrial designer for commercial, hospitality, and residential projects. Before that, he worked for KBR Wyle as an industrial design consultant for the Human Health Performance Directorate (SA) and the Habitability Design Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Parker received his bachelor’s degree in industrial design from the University of Houston in 2015. His passions extend to traveling, computers , bicycling, music, and an interest in visual arts.