Roman is a man who loves his mother, his country, and design.
Roman is a man who loves his mother. He also loves his country and design, but mostly he loves his mom. For example, one time when she wasn’t feeling very good he ran all the way to the doctor’s office to get her medicine and brought it back home for her before she even realized he was gone! Roman’s love of design began at a young age, when he was just a boy in school. One day, the teacher asked everyone to draw a picture of their favorite thing. His classmates drew many beautiful pictures of dogs and cats, trees and bunnies. But when it came time to look at Roman’s drawing they were shocked: on the paper was an incredible drawing of a pyramid with people walking on top! “What is this?” asked the teacher. “It’s my mom,” said Roman proudly.
Roman’s love of design began when he was a little boy, growing up in a small village outside the city of Kiev.
When Roman was a little boy, growing up in a small village outside the city of Kiev, he discovered the world of design. He was drawn to colors and shapes—something that comes naturally to most children. As he grew older, Roman became more aware of how design is connected to other aspects of our lives. Design can be found everywhere we look. It’s important for us as humans to interact with art, nature and technology every day.
Most people don’t realize how much thought goes into designing products or experiences. On the surface you may think that things are just made—they just happen and you consume them, but really there are so many layers to everything around us: buildings, phones, apps and even food packaging all require a ton of planning from various teams involved in different stages of production.
When he was fifteen, he decided to move to the city to pursue his dream of becoming a fashion designer.
In order to reach his dreams, Roman had to leave his village. He didn’t have any money, but he did have a dream. So he found a job at a sewing machine factory and started working there.
Through work, he learned how to make all kinds of clothes as well as how the clothing industry worked in Romania. Eventually, he had enough knowledge and experience that people began coming to him for advice on making clothing.
When he arrived in Kiev, he became a tailor’s apprentice, and spent many years working in this trade.
After arriving in Kiev, Roman enrolled as a tailor’s apprentice. Over the next several years, he honed his skills in this trade and found much happiness in the precision of garment making.
But then came violence. When the Russians invaded Ukraine, Roman was forced to flee his home country. Far from his family and friends, he traveled throughout Europe where he continued to sew on his own.
He was very happy for several years, but then the Russian invasion took place.
When the Russian invasion took place, however, Roman had to flee his home in Kiev. He left behind everything he owned and journeyed to Europe, where he was able to live with relatives. It would be several years before Roman returned to Kiev and met Anna.
To escape the violence of his homeland, Roman fled to Europe, where he continued sewing on his own.
Roman had always loved to sew, but in his home country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the war made it a dangerous hobby. To escape the violence of his homeland, Roman fled to Europe, where he continued sewing on his own.
This was in 1996—just a single year after the Dayton Accords had brought peace to the region. But even though there was no longer active shooting between factions, remnants of the recent war remained: ethnic tensions flared up; many people were still missing and their families didn’t know what had happened to them.
After settling in France, Roman took up several odd jobs before finally landing a position at a leather factory that manufactured goods for high-end fashion houses like Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent.
Although he enjoyed working there (he got free leftover leather scraps!), it didn’t pay very well—and although he knew how to sew from an early age, since all of his family members knew how to make clothes from scratch using nothing but old fabric scraps and needles found lying around at home, he wasn’t familiar with more advanced techniques for sewing with industrial machines that were used by these luxury brands.
While in Europe, Roman met Anna, who would become one of his best friends and business partners.
Roman met Anna while traveling in Europe. She’s an entrepreneur and accomplished designer, who is now one of his best friends and business partners.
They quickly realized they shared many common interests, including their love of design and their experience with fashion.
There, she encountered Roman, who was himself studying for his Master’s degree in Interior Design at the time. They quickly realized they shared many common interests, including their love of design and their experience with fashion. Anna had spent four years studying for her Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design at the prestigious Parsons School of Design in New York City, where she learned a lot about urban fashion and streetwear. She grew up around sales and marketing as well; her father owned a popular clothing store called Urban Hero back in Russia.
Roman also had an interest in business management. He would go on to work as a sales manager for an automobile company after his studies were complete before moving to the United States to study interior design at one of the best schools of its kind in the world: Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).
In this blog post we learn about an inspiring man and how design helped him succeed in life.
I am sure you have an idea of what design is and what it can do. You are not alone, most people do! However, I bet you have no idea just how much design impacts your everyday life. Design is everywhere. It surrounds us all the time, whether we realize it or not. Most of our lives are filled with products that have been designed by someone in some way.
In this blog post we will learn about an inspiring man and how design helped him succeed in life.
Roman Mars is a designer and a radio show host at Chicago’s WBEZ Public Radio station where he hosts the podcast “99% Invisible.” The podcast explores the fascinating stories behind all kinds of things that we use on a daily basis such as flags, buildings, street signs and more! He focuses on items that were made by designers but rarely get noticed by the public until now….Roman and Roman, founders of [company name], were not always successful. Before they became the dynamic duo known for their amazing design skills, they were just two guys in New York City with a passion for designing things.
They met in 1990 at a company called [company name], where they met and bonded over their love of design. At the time, they didn’t have much money, so they had to be creative. They worked on projects together and dreamed of being able to start a design firm one day. When Roman moved back to his home country of Romania, he stayed in contact with Roman through letters.
It wasn’t until 2004 that the two were reunited when Roman accepted an invitation to visit Roman and his family in Romania. They spent hours catching up on all that had happened since they had last seen each other. Before long, Roman was packing up his life in New York City and moving to Romania to pursue a career as a designer with Roman’s company, [company name].
The two worked tirelessly for years, collaborating on projects and going above and beyond to create beautiful designs for their clients. In 2012, they officially founded [company name]. They started off small but quickly grew their business by focusing on one thing: making their clients happy through great
It’s easy to look at your favorite CEO from afar and assume that they always had a master plan—that they knew from the start what they wanted to do, and how they were going to get there. But it rarely works that way.
Roman Embert has become synonymous with [company name], but it turns out that he never actually expected to be an entrepreneur. In fact, he originally wanted to be a psychologist.
“I applied to the wrong school,” Roman said, when we asked him about his career path. “I thought I was applying to the University of [name] in [city]—but I’d actually applied to the University of [name] in [city]. It was like one letter off.”
So instead of becoming a psychologist, Roman became an engineer. Although he loved creating things, Roman struggled with some fundamental aspects of engineering. “I’m not an organized person,” he admitted. “I can’t keep track of anything! And engineers need to be very organized.”
But when the time came for Roman to build something new for a class project, everything changed. He created a set of storage systems that used visual cues rather than words or numbers to indicate what should go where. Instead of writing “cups” on
When Roman was a little boy, he dreamed of one day being an entrepreneur. He would go out and pick up loads of rocks, then sell them around the neighborhood. He also had big dreams of starting his own restaurant someday, which he called “Chicken McNuggets with Cheese.”
Roman knew that he would need a great education to make his dreams come true. So he studied hard in school, and became one of the best students in his class.
Roman’s parents were very proud of him. They taught him about the importance of self-respect and the value of a good work ethic. This helped him believe in himself and encourage others to do their best as well.
Roman worked hard to get into Harvard Business School so that he could learn how to be a successful entrepreneur. He was also able to meet many other people who wanted success just like him! He made some great friends there who supported him through all his highs and lows during his time at HBS . . . even when things got tough for Roman on an emotional level at times (which they did).
As we know now today: Roman did not just dream it, he lived it!
When Roman was a child, he used to sit on his grandfather’s lap and watch as the old man created beautiful pottery. Roman was always fascinated by design, and his grandfather’s work felt mystical to him. The way the clay came together in just the right way to produce something so visually appealing—it was very special to Roman.
One day, when Roman was only ten years old, he asked his grandfather if he could try creating a pot himself. His grandpa laughed and said sure! He put some clay in front of Roman and taught him how to mold it with his hands. It took a few tries for Roman to get it right, but eventually he made something that looked like an actual pot. (Even though it had a weird dent in one side.)
Roman’s grandfather cheered for him, saying that it was the best pot any ten-year-old had ever made. This made Roman feel so proud!
From that day on, Roman knew he wanted to be a designer like his grandfather. In school, he took every art class he could and always got the best grades on projects related to design or art. He didn’t know exactly what kind of designer he wanted to be when he grew up—maybe an interior designer? Maybe someone
Roman is a man who likes to be in control. That’s why he became an entrepreneur: he knew that running his own business would allow him to make every decision and have ultimate responsibility for the success of his endeavors. But it was Roman’s desire to be in control that also led him to failure.
When Roman started his company, [company name], he thought that being an entrepreneur meant that all of his decisions would be right. Unfortunately, this meant that Roman shut out any ideas or suggestions that weren’t his own—including the brilliant ones from his co-founder, Roman.
This presented a problem for Roman: he wanted to build a successful company and make sure that he was able to keep up with the competition, but without any help from anyone else, he found himself falling behind more and more. Roman realized that if he didn’t start listening to other people