Interaction Design + Experience Prototyping
Marc Exposito designs and prototypes new products and experiences. He has experience working on projects that involve Voice Assistants, AR/VR, Adaptive Interfaces, Wearables, Automotive Products, Affective Computing Systems, and Learning/Literacy Systems. Marc is currently a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he is pursuing a Masters in Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab. Most recently, he worked as an Experience Prototyper at Apple - within the Siri Advanced Development Group - and as an Interaction Designer at IDEO.
Marc enjoys combining design, both the UI and UX, with prototyping - from low fidelity to a functional working prototype. He works best on multidisciplinary teams with other engineers, data scientists, designers, researchers, psychologists, and prototypers.
His work has been published in international conferences such as: ACM SIGCHI, ACM UIST, ACM CSCW, ACM Mobile HCI, and ACM TEI. Marc’s work has also been recognized and awarded by Apple (Student Scholarship, 2014 and 2015), Fast Company Design (Innovation By Design Award, 2016), MIT Enterprise Forum ($10K Global Technology Entrepreneurship, 2016), ACM UIST (Best Short Paper Award, 2016), and IBM Watson (MIT Breathe Hackathon, 2015) .
Want to talk? Please, send an email to Marc’s last name @mit.edu. Thank you!