Victor started his career in information technology, building systems at the Boston Consulting Group, DDB Needham, and others. He went on to work as a user interface designer, contributing to over 40 software and Internet products. As a manager at Razorfish and a co-founder of the Management Innovation Group he consulted with companies such as General Electric, Cisco, and J.P. Morgan. His design work with the Southern Poverty Law Center has won several awards.
Currently he works as a product manager and coaches early-stage tech startups in New York City.
Victor earned a bachelors degree in journalism from Rutgers University and a masters degree in music from New York University. With a love for bringing curious people together, he co-founded and served as president of the Information Architecture Institute and co-founded the Overlap business & design annual unconference. He has taught at both the Parsons School of Design and the Pratt Institute, two leading design schools in the United States.
He can be found on Twitter at @threefour