Since 1995, I’ve designed devices, apps, websites, wearables, appliances, automotive interiors, services, and robots. Millions of people every day use the products I’ve designed and my design innovations have received several patents. I speak at conferences and teach workshops on product design all over the world.
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I curate articles, books, presentations, and videos on design going back to the 1940s for The Interaction Design Library.
I’m married to Rachael King, a business and technology journalist for the Wall Street Journal, and we have a 16-year-old daughter Fiona who attends The Bay School of San Francisco. I also have a neurotic Bedlington Terrier named Pixel.
I’m an ENTJ, an Aquarius, and a stereotypical member of Gen X. I enjoy listening to indie pop music, reading historical fiction, watching copious amounts of television, and imbibing Guinness and single malt whisky.
I play the cello. Badly.
Even though I have a Master’s degree in design, I have trouble drawing straight lines. This says something about me, I think.