Abram is driven to transform lives for the better. He believes that the power of co-design is in engaging multiple and diverse perspectives, enabling people to navigate complexity and design a better future.
Abram is passionate about applying user-centred design and design thinking to digital products and services in OECD and development contexts. He strongly believes that digital experiences have the potential to empower better standards of living.
Abram has conducted research and design in various sectors and disciplines, including mapping the human experience of Australia’s innovation system, transforming organisational approaches to service delivery, articulating the future experience of biosecurity in Australia, and helping Bahrain design a strategy to become a global ICT contender.
He has experience and interests in the health, taxation, defence, education, and social services systems. His eye for detail, big picture thinking and genuine curiosity enable him to design strong strategies as well as engaging and thought-provoking user experiences.
Abram tutored Systems Engineering at the Australian National University. He holds Bachelor Degrees in Software Engineering (Honours) and Commerce. He is also certified in UI/UX and Prince2 project management.