I currently work at Brooks Sports as an Associate Footwear Designer creating technical running footwear ranging from everyday trainers to leading the design on record setting track spikes. A Brooks designer is responsible for creating intelligent and beautiful footwear that performs at the highest level for all runners and their goals - these products are informed and inspired by our consumers gathered through in depth interviews. We correlate the runner needs with thoughtful product experiences that enhance and transform the run. Prior to Brooks I worked on illustrations, catalog layout, packaging and print work for action sports products ranging from helmets to accessories. motion graphics for blockbuster movies, product design for housewares and professional grade tools, as well as in- house graphics and packaging. In the short time I have been out of school I have had the opportunities to significantly progress in my career through the variety of projects in multiple industries. My goal is to continue to develop and learn new design skills. I am working my way to becoming a well rounded designer with exposure to multiple design disciplines that better tell the story and enhance the design process and solve real problems. I am happy to continue my path in the sports design industry so I may combine my outside passions with my profession. Feel free to view my work - http://www.coroflot.com/vweilert Specialties: - Sketching, prototyping and concept ideation - Conduction comprehensive in-home consumer insights that deliver product solutions - Keen eye and execution of designs and composition - Creative, yet mindful of production, costing and process - Problem solving visually through mind-mapping and illustrations - Consumer Insights and research

Work Samples

  • MACH 17: Cross Country Spike Ideation

  • BROOKS Pure Flow 4

  • ADAPT: Performance Casual Footwear for a Cause

Work & Education History

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PENSOLE Scholarship Cum Laude Graduate Scholar Athlete Dean's List Athletic Scholarship