Aleksey has a long-held interest in human-centered design principles and creating a socially significant product by exploring human needs and market opportunity. He enjoys learning about other cultures and has a deep appreciation for insight gained from the optimism and dynamic nature of communities.
Aleksey holds a BA degree in applied anthropology from the University of Minnesota and has experience working with multi-disciplinary teams on interface design and usability.
Igor is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Design, with a Bachelor of Design in Architecture. He's worked in urban design and Architectural firms, first in Barcelona Spain with Mario Corea and then in the Urbanism and Architecture firm Demostudio with Rodrigo Diaz Alarcon. His work in design and urbanism has given him an interest in developing a product for the construction community which aims to improve the way people engage with each other on an urban scale. His experience growing up as an immigrant in the United States has also given him a unique perspective on the immigrant experience and engaged his desire to positively change the way new communities find agency in this country.