- Peter Bressler, founder, Bresslergroup
- Ann-Marie Conrado, assistant professor of industrial design, University of Notre Dame
- Jim Couch, vice president, Lextant
- Jeff DeBoer, vice president and principal, Sundberg-Ferar Inc.
- Ken Dowd, vice president, Teague
- Joe Graceffa, portfolio lead, IDEO
- Paul Hatch, president, TEAMS Design
- Michael Kahwaji, lead industrial designer, Whirlpool Corp
- Bill Moggridge, director, Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
- Robert Moser, innovation manager, Chrysler Automotive Group
The dialogues will touch on topics such as “Designing for the Irrational Brain,” “Design is Not the Center of the Universe,” “Manufacturing the 21st Century,” “A New Airplane for a New World: 787 Dreamliner” and “Design Drives Business in the Housewares Industry” to name a few.
For a complete listing of topics and speakers, visit http://www.idsa.org/you-are-invited-idsas-2012-design-dialogue-conferences.
Conference sponsors and media sponsors include Anvil Prototype Design, Beyond Design, College for Creative Studies, Core 77, Design Science, Eisenkraft Consulting, Eastman Chemical, Keyshot/Luxion, Lextant, Moen, Philadelphia University, PTI Design, Research in Motion, solidThinking, Thrive Design, Yeh IDeology and Yanko Design.
With its roots reaching back to 1938 and founded in 1965, the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) is the world’s oldest, largest, member-driven society for industrial design. IDSA represents professionals in product design, interaction design, human factors, ergonomics, design research, design management, universal design and related design fields. The society produces the renowned International Design Excellence Award® (IDEA) competition annually; hosts the International Design Conference and five regional conferences each year; and publishes Innovation, a quarterly journal on design, and designBytes, a weekly e-newsletter highlighting the latest headlines in the design world. IDSA’s charitable arm, the Design Foundation, supports the dissemination of undergraduate and graduate scholarships annually to further industrial design education. The organization has more than 3,000 members in 29 professional chapters in the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit http://www.idsa.org.
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