My name is Kevin Correia. I am an automotive engineer and UX designer with a passion for designing rich vehicle experiences and interactions. For as long as I can remember, I have loved cars, technology, and design. 
Today, the automotive industry is evolving at a rapid pace, and as a designer, I am concerned with understanding future trends and using my skills to define a better tomorrow. I have honed my design process to be able to identify opportunities, and use my creativity, passion, and expertise to drive towards desirable and meaningful solutions that make a difference.
My Journey
From automotive engineer to transportation systems designer, and where I'm headed next.
I grew up in Dubai where I was exposed to car culture from a very young age. From car spotting, to going on desert rallies with friends and family, the automobile had become such a great part of my life that I knew that I had to make it into the automotive industry.
Though I was fascinated by transportation design, and would always be sketching vehicles in the corners of my books, I was fascinated by the idea of being able to build my very own car when I grew up. This led me to pursue a career in automotive engineering, where I got the chance to learn with some extremely talented and like-minded individuals.
I never lost sight of my vision for designing my own car, and my time at Loughborough University made me realize that design is absolutely critical to be able to make something that people want. It is no longer an easy task to make a big impact on the automotive industry with a high performance supercar. I knew that I had to learn more about creating a desirable user experience in order to make a desirable product. After graduating with a masters in automotive engineering, I joined Art Center College of Design to learn more about the world of transportation design. 
We are in a pivotal moment of the automotive industry where social, technological, and economical understandings of the car are evolving after decades. I am interested in making sense of all of these changes and seeing how we can project car culture into a future that is more sustainable and equitable.
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