Women in Design: a Brief History, a Bright Future

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Title: Women in Design: a Brief History, a Bright Future
Author: Berryman, Michelle
Abstract: Using her career path as an example, Michelle Berryman, President, Industrial Designers Society of America, will discuss career opportunities for women designers. She will also talk abut the growing opportunities for women and how to take advantage of gender inequities in the marketplace. A founding Principal in the firm Echo Visualization, Michelle Berryman is a graduate of Georgia Tech holding a BS in ID degree and a MS focused on interaction design. She is an award-winning designer with a portfolio that includes a variety of projects ranging from consumer products to ubiquitous user interfaces. She has worked for international clients like Electrolux, Nike, and Siemens. She serves as IDSA’s President. In 2005, Michelle was named one of "10 Innovators You Should Know" by Deep magazine in its Southern by Design issue.
Description: Presented on October 10, 2007, 12 noon to 1 pm in the Van Leer Building Auditorium on the Geogia Tech campus Runtime: 53:26 minutes
Type: Lecture
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/16988
Date: 2007-10-10
Contributor: Echo Visualization
Industrial Designers Society of America
Relation: Industrial Design Lecture Series
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Industrial design
Women in industrial design
Industrial design as a profession

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