Dan Chen is an interaction designer with several years of experience in the development and production of software and hardware prototypes. He communicates his ideas through working prototypes, insights from design research, and demonstrates new ways of user interaction. He holds multiple degrees, including an MAS from MIT, an MFA in digital media from RISD, and a BFA in communication design from UConn. He has over 13 years of design experience. Previously, he was an industrial designer and mechanical engineer at MIT Lifelong Kindergarten, at Johnson & Johnson as a senior interaction designer and a Lead interaction designer at IDEO. His work has been published in CNET, The Huffington Post, the verge, Engadget, Mashable, and Daily Mail. Dan has been invited to speak at TEDx Vienna and TEDx Bologna. His work has been exhibited at Vitra Design Museum, MAK Vienna, Design Museum Ghent, Seoul Museum of Art & Ars Electronica. Dan works in the field of interaction and product design, exploring new ways of interacting and communicating through working prototypes and storytelling that invite reflective evaluation and implication.
- design artist