OUR MISSION IS to … design change.

MISSION

Founded with an adventurous spirit and curious spunk; our mission is to question everything, create and break swiftly and make things that matter.

 

We design change by providing services and design thinking workshops to conscious companies and entrepreneurs.

 

We focus on mission minded work that emphasizes on innovation, community, social innovation, education and art. To show our dedication to these causes we donate hours of free design thinking workshops to nonprofits and mission driven companies each month through our probono program. If you would like to participate, please contact us.

WHO IS SUPER CURIOUS?

Super curious is a collaboration.

 

The brainchild of founder Alex Molloy, Super Curious is a community working together to make things that matter.

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Alex + Champu. Thailand.

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ABOUT ALEX MOLLOY, SUPER CURIOUS FOUNDER

I am a designer. I am a maker of things. I am super curious.

 

Each day for 30 days, I woke up at 4AM, stuffed my blistered feet into boots and picked up my 50 pound pack. Each day for 30 days, through desert and up mountains, I walked the 500 mile path that crosses Spain.

 

I was born in Canada**, grew up the Bay Area, lived in South Africa, worked in China and double majored in Global Studies and Art. Be it the experience in the palm of my hand or walking the Camino de Santiago, I seek out new ways to understand people.

 

As a former photojournalist and now being an experience designer – a curiosity about the world and the way we do things is what inspires me.

 

In 2010 I started my foray into the startup world and have held professional positions in marketing, community and launch management roles before finally landing on visual and experience design.

 

As the first full-time United States employee for a Chinese company with a design and development team based entirely in China, I was fascinated by difference user behaviors across cultures. I was in the unique position of managing the community which gave me direct access to users needs and enabled me to advocate for the user. 

 

It was then that I knew no longer would be marketing products, but I instead, I would making them.

 

Now years later I maintain my excitement about design by the way in which design can be used for social impact. I keep myself busy with probono work, guest lecturing at UC Berkeley’s Haas Business School on design thinking for business students and organizing social impact design thinking events.

 

To keep a positive life balance, you can also find me exploring urban and natural places in LA, learning about the science of deduction, doing tripod headstands, summiting mountains, rock climbing, attending museums and a consuming a healthy serving of documentaries.