Bryan is cofounder and partner at Dash Marshall, where he runs the studio’s strategic design projects for clients such as Google, the Knight Foundation, and the Museum of Modern Art. Previously Bryan was a founding member of Helsinki Design Lab (2008-2013), an internationally-recognized platform for strategic design and social innovation, working under the auspices of the Finnish Parliament. Through projects in partnership with national and local government his work at Helsinki Design Lab focused on redesigning public services in areas including social welfare, education, business, and the built environment. Boyer is a regular author and speaker on topics of design, entrepreneurship, culture, and public innovation, with publications including In Studio: Recipes For Systemic Change (2011), Helsinki Street Eats (2012), and Legible Practices (2013). He serves on the board of directors for the Public Policy Lab and Makeshift Society. More at bryanboyer.com and @bryanboyer.