Bill Clem, IDSA

Designer in United States

Bill Clem, IDSA

Designer in United States

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Meet Bill, chief visionary and cheerleader. Bill’s forte lies in championing and designing user-driven everything – from products, to services and technologies. As an Industrial Designer, Bill has developed hundreds of products, services and technologies for consumer, transportation, medical and industrial applications. His work spans designs for Fortune 500 companies like Volvo, Yamaha, Nike, Johnson & Johnson, Intel and Philips as well as a myriad of start-up organizations around the world. His intellectual property contributions are equally impressive and wide ranging, from trade secret business models and processes to utility patents in areas as diverse as children’s shoes and robotic surgical systems. Bill’s pioneering consulting firm StrategixVision incorporated cultural anthropology and clinical psychology to solve complex problems through user experience design, creating interfaces between virtual and physical systems. Went to a one room school in Montana, walked uphill both ways. Designed and sent a scale model snowmobile chassis to Polaris @ age 8. Designer for the original BattleStar Galactica theme ride at Universal Studios. Designer on the iconic original JBL bookshelf speakers. Designer on the first semi-automatic portable defibrillator. 2 of the many patents he's most proud of are a: Patent for the first internet connected fitness training system. Patent for an Atrial heart valve. He lives to see people smile.