What We Will Make in the Future

By Colleen Jordan at Farmhouse Conf 4

Colleen Jordan

Emerging manufacturing techniques like 3D printing are shifting the way that we make, buy, and consume products. We’re still in an era of mass production, but it is giving way to mass customization of consumer goods. What will we make in the future when we can make anything we wish on demand?

Colleen was born in rural Louisiana and spent her childhood moving around the country. Today she works as a designer and maker who likes to create objects that make life more interesting. After graduating from Georgia Tech, she founded her company, Wearable Planter, creating 3D printed jewelry. She’s exhibited her work and spoken publicly about the present state of digital creation.

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