I create meaningful designs by uncovering new opportunity through user research which spark novel outcomes through holistic strategies. 

I am a creative problem solver, and the thrill of finding new solutions, viewing every problem as an opportunity, and inspiration, is the cornerstone of my work.  I have had the pleasure of working on innovation teams within organizations, start ups, and as a consultant, for more than 8 years as an Industrial Designer.  This has validated my belief that effective solutions must be elegant as well as intelligent.

What matters most is not so much the design, but the experiences and emotions which our outcomes create for the end user.  This is why l wake up every day excited to be a designer.

I am at an exciting point in my career where I am taking on consulting work with exciting organizations and designers, and creating my own work.  Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions : juliannegauron@gmail.com

Proven Areas of Strength :

  • ethnographic user research    
  • innovative futurist, working with technology  
  • disruptive product ideation & design                
  • design strategy/brand engineering  
  • systems thinking        
  • sports/outdoor goods; research to market
  • team leadership           
  • research visualization & writing  
  • research photography and editorial                               
  • design education & team collaboration
  • conference planner & museum show curator
  • freelance writing


If you are interested in working with me please feel free to contact me at :  juliannegauron@gmail.com





Leadership and Curating Experience

I am Creative Advisor to Descience, a global community of Designers and Scientists founded on the power of human connections.     

        Through the work of Descience organizing the Fashion 4wrd conference at the MFA with the MITEF groups Sept 2015, I was an assistant curating to the #Techstyle show at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, examining the intersection of Fashion, Design and Technology opening March 2016.

Teaching and Mentoring Accomplishments

       I earned my Master's degree in Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2008, where I taught the course, 'New Products for Performance Sports' in 2011 and served on the Five Year Academic Advisory Committee in 2012, and continue to be a guest critique. 
       I have had various roles at
the MIT Media Lab including guest critic and New Balance corporate liaison, and adviser to the TechStyle wearables group.