Adam Fromme holds a BS in visual communication design and an MFA in Design Research and Development (with a specialization in aging) both from the Department of Design at The Ohio State University.
He runs the design firm Wayfind Design. His work for local and national clients addresses wayfinding and environmental graphic design, hospitality and healthcare design, and visual systems.
He co-founded of The Center for Inclusive Aging and Design Research where he works to research, understand, and address age-related design needs. His experience designing with older adults has led to co-authoring the book "How to Start a Conversation on Driving, Mobility, and Aging" and developing "The Age-friendly Evaluation of Public Places.”
He continues to lecture at Ohio State in both the Department of Design and the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. He also has extensive experience presenting at regional and international conferences, sharing his research with academics, practitioners, and fellow designers.
Adam is also an active hiker with his wife and three children set on exploring the entire US National Park system, having visited over 80 (of the 400+) park sites.