Mick Harrison Brege
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Mick Harrison Brege

Director in Detroit, MI, he/him

Music is the door to anywhere
// returned from 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards

6 months ago

About

Mick Harrison Brege is the Director of Studio Cadenza: ARIA Ventures' development firm. He runs teams and designs products you'll love, including FanLabel.

Mick believes in the power of people, and harnesses that power to engage, enhance, and extend new knowledge and practice in design and music.

In his spare time, Mick focuses on streaming trends, A&R, and Artificial Intelligence. In fact, this bio was written by AI.

Contact

Telegram

Teams

Current
Cadenza

Work Experience

2018 — Now
Detroit, MI

Software & creative development studio based in Birmingham, MI. Studio Cadenza is owned and operated by ARIA Ventures.

Projects

Ongoing

FanLabel® is an app about proving you’ve got what it takes to pick hit songs and grow a successful virtual record label. Modeled after fantasy sports, compete with friends and earn points from 'signing' trending artists and picking songs with the most real-world streams.

2019

DanceFight® is a dance competition app. It allows you to challenge a friend to a dance-off, vote on your favorites, and climb the leaderboard. Users can challenge their friends to a DanceFight® and show off their best dance moves to fans.

2018

Michigan Interaction Design (MIxD) commits to serving as a platform for exploration, sharing and learning about the future of human-computer interaction design with a focus on diversity and inclusion.

Side Projects

2019

Product suite allowing merchants to recognize loyalty by delivering an extended level of customer service, featuring VIP offers, personalized treatment and real time two-way messaging. The goal is to make shopping local a first choice.

2018

As “alive” as you or me, GoodGood is an upbeat digital mailman who lives inside your phone and whose job is to deliver notifications to you. Using Augmented Reality technology (and some pretty convincing magic tricks), GoodGood brings positive daily experiences to the real world.

2017
Plato at Deviceful

Plato's focus was rethinking K-12 student relation management system to become a smart utility simplifying multiple processes along the way.

2015

Walcott Fashion was an outfit sharing platform and community focused around item tagging and user interaction.

2014

Blocs is a software platform for schools and school districts to help manage the large amounts of information generated in school communities. Whether for students, teachers, administrators, or parents, the platform provides a mobile and web based interface that allows for easy access to school communications.

Awards

2020
Best New Fantasy App from FSGA

2020 Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association, voted by FSGA membership

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Features

2021

Julie Zhuo (VP of design at Facebook), Mick Brege (Director, Studio Cadenza) explore the relationship of design and entrepreneurship

2018

Students, workers and employers met up at Lawrence Tech University to talked MIxD realities

2018

Visioning the future of design and technology

2017

Blocs for Schools, original product designed by Mick Brege, launches

2015

Student and designer develops an app for a global manufacturer using Windows App Studio

Education

2014 — 2018
BFA, Interaction Design at Lawrence Technological University
Detroit, MI

NASAD accreditation

2015 — 2017
Non-acreddited program at University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

University of Michigan: Center for Entrepreneurship TechArb Cohort