Creating A Product That Inspires Positive Human Behavior [PSFK SEATTLE]

Creating A Product That Inspires Positive Human Behavior [PSFK SEATTLE]
technology

Rob Girling of Seattle-based design firm Artefact speaks about the journey of developing a new product.

Matt Sabourin
  • 16 june 2013

As a co-founder and principal of Artefact, Rob Girling is responsible for setting the company’s strategy and vision–to design exciting products and experiences that inspire positive changes in human behavior. Rob’s design career spans some of the leading agencies and design brands in the world, including Apple, IDEO, Microsoft, and Sony, and touches everything from interaction design experience, to natural user interfaces, motion graphics and 3-D design.

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