"Harvard Business Review occasionally has some excellent pieces on design. Wired is of course an excellent resource as well, and that is what finds us here. MIT's Technology Review is a great resource for remaining informed not only regarding…"
The ability to create something unique, interesting, and functional from nothing.
I am a Product Development & Design Professional, a problem solver. I am inquisitive, creative, and solution oriented by nature. I am entrepreneurial and have extensive knowledge of manufacturing techniques. I have the knowledge and experience to drive top revenue generating products from research through design, and into consumers hands. My experience is extensive, both broad and deep with 20 years in Industrial Design capping an early/interwoven career in Environments/Interiors. I have enjoyed the opportunity to apply my skills and talents to Industrial/Product Design, Project Management, Consumer and Competitive Market Research, Graphical User Interfaces, Product Graphics, and Graphic Design. In terms of products I have enjoyed the opportunity to apply my skills to Medical Equipment and Facilities, Automotive Accessories, Electronics, Commercial Appliances, Hand Tools, House Wares, Home Furniture, Plumbing Fixtures, Lighting, and Decorative Accessories for the home. Within Industrial Design I have managed in-house staff and outside Design and Engineering firms, and in-house and outside model making and prototyping. I have also enjoyed the opportunity to teach as an Adjunct Professor in multiple subjects ranging from basic 2D to C.A.D. My passions include my family, cooking, the outdoors, technology, mechanisms, futurism, mentoring, research, design, automobiles, and applied arts.
Designers love creating homages to their favorite Disney characters (e.g., turning the iconic princesses into zombies and hipsters), but if they ever tried to sell those designs they would be faced with a foe scarier than Cruella de Vil — ...
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On Saturday, Autodesk announced it is purchasing Tinkercad and reinstating the service. The move comes in time to prevent the previously announced shutdown of any accounts or services, and users can start creating new accounts immediately.