The IDSA Gianninoto Graduate Scholarship is a $44,000 fund originally established with a $25,000 contribution by the late Francesco Gianninoto, a US package designer who began his career as a commercial artist in 1920 with no formal training and became an art director at BBD&O.
IDSA's Board of Directors may confer, by a two-thirds majority vote, a fellowship membership to a member in good standing who has earned the special respect and affection of the membership through distinguished service to the industrial design profession.
Tim McKeown, IDSA | Director, Experience Design, McDonald's Corporation
IDSA Volunteer Positions: 2000 National Conference planning committee 2001-2003 Product Development Section lead 1998-2000 IDSA Student Mentoring
IDSA Awards: 2006 IDSA Catalyst Award – Motorola RAZR V3 (V3xx 3G version-Japan, Europe) 2006 IDSA Catalyst Honorable Mention – Whirlpool Duet Fabric Care System 2003 IDSA IDEA Gold – Whirlpool Duet Fabric Care System 1999 IDSA IDEA Bronze, ACCO Product Development Process Tool
D.I. Rigoberto Cordero, founder and CEO Product designer, bachelor in industrial design, Universidad Iberoamericana Sta. Fe, Mexico City. He has more than 15 years of experience in product design for companies, entrepreneurs, and private and public institutions, and has developed design projects for different industries, creating new businesses by integrating design and technology. He writes the blog INNOVACCION at www.axeleratum.com
05.13.2013 Welcome to designBytes, the electronic newsletter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). Here's the latest design and design-related news we've collected from around the Web.
On April 25, 2013, an article was posted on NPR Network Member, MindShift KQED’s website blog: “A Design Challenge to Students: Solve a Real-World Problem!” MindShift’s focus is on exploring the future of learning in all its dimensions – covering cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research and innovations in education.