Industrial Designers in the United States
Andrew is an American Canadian Industrial Designer now based in Seattle, Washington. As an independent design consultant his work includes a diverse array of consumer, medical, and commercial products that address user needs, market trends and opportunities while considering best manufacturing processes, business returns, as well as social and environmental impacts.
Simon Kang is an industrial designer and product developer living and working in Los Angeles, California. Originally from South Korea, grew up and educated in New York, he has received a Bachelors in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts (SVA) and Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. For the past 13 years, he has created product solutions for a broad range of client, from global companies to private owned start-ups, including Samsung, Cisco, Incase and Munchkin.
Carl Gustav Magnusson is regarded as one of the most acclaimed industrial designers today. Swedish-born and New York-based, Carl has left an indelible mark on a wide range of products with clients such as Knoll, Teknion, the MoMA Design Store and BMW. Since founding his studio CGM Design in 2005, he has been honored with over 30 awards including the 2012 Design Legend award from Contract Magazine.
Portfolio site for Seattle-based product designer Peter Bristol.
Blending his research-driven consulting background, with a more personal elemental approach, Jeff Miller brings this innovative vision to a range of international clients in the areas of product, furniture and interior design.
Amanda Ip is an energetic, creative and driven industrial designer with a minor in Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon.
Dave Joseph is a Chicago based product designer.
Michael DiTullo is passionate advocate as well as experienced practitioner of design. He is currently the CDO at Sound United. Prior, Michal was Creative Director at frog design, where he worked with Google, Motorola, Honda, Braun, Brooks, Harmon Kardon, and Intel. Before frog DiTullo spent nearly a decade developing several product collections at Nike Inc for the Converse, Jordan, and Nike brands. He started his career at Evo Design where he worked for a wide array of clients. DiTullo holds a BFA in Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and also studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art. His work has garnered international awards and has been featured in many media outlets and publications.
Kaii Tu is a designer working across disciplines and industries, from furniture to interactive experiences, to household products you can find on supermarket shelves today. What unites his diverse designs is a blending of analytical thinking and craft, supported by an investigation into the histories and contextual narratives behind objects and actions alike.
Scott Doty is an independent industrial design consultant focusing on housewares. Before going solo, Scott designed products for Target stores, Delta Faucets, and Dansk Corporation as a staff designer in the office of renowned designer Michael Graves.
Jennifer Tate works on a wide variety of projects encompassing many aspects of the design process - from early stage strategy, conceptual work and sketching to 3D modeling and rendering and design for manufacture. Jennifer have designed for consumer electronics, housewares, packaging, furniture, and logo/branding, and always searching for new opportunities.
Mariana Arrioja is an industrial designer currently based in New York City where she received a Masters from Pratt Institute. As an innovation consultant, she specializes in product, service and systems design.
Munire Kirmaci is an industrial, product and spatial designer based in Brooklyn, NY, who designs home accessories as well as interior spaces.
Nelson Ayala's portfolio that offers a variety of creative solutions - product design, visual merchandising, POP and architectural visualization.
New York based industrial designer and design director known for his work with Central Park and the World Trade Center.
Franco Marino Cagnina graduated in 2003 from the School of Industrial Design and Architecture at the University of Cordoba, Argentina. Since his graduation Franco has been involved with large and small scale projects, managing Idiomatik as a principal-in-charge and founder design firm in Cordoba, Argentina.
Arnold Freidling is an industrial designer, photographer and 3D/CG artist. His work includes a wide variety of award winning consumer products like outdoor gear for Bushnell, high-end audio solutions for Mark Levinson and Infinity, and lifestyle accessories for Dragon and Teva.
Mathias Hintermann is a Swiss product designer with emphasis on consumer products.