|Discovering Design: Peter Bressler||Peter Bressler|
|Jim Hansen on Discovering Design||James Hansen, FIDSA||
Jim Hansen talks about childhood interests that foreshadow becoming an industrial designer.
|IBM PC Keyboard||Tom Hardy||
Tom Hardy talks about getting the details and performance right in developing the first IBM P.C. keyboard.
|Working for Studebaker-Worthington in France||Paul Specht||
Paul Specht talks about working for Studebaker-Worthington in France on a large scale machinery.
|Lessons learned in graduate school||Tom David||
Tom David talks about graduate school and learning from Clair Samhammer, Melvin Best, and Dean Meyers.
|Designing the DC 10 automated test bench||Tom David||
Tom David talks about the design of the DC 10 Automated Test Bench and the unique contributions that industrial design makes within companies.
|Design work on the DC 10||Paul Specht||
Tom David talks about his years as a designer for McDonnall Douglas and his, work on the DC 10.
Paul Specht talks about designing in Europe and tells a story about adaptability.
|Successful design||Rudy Krolopp||
Rudy Krolopp, former design director for Motorola talks about the keys to successful design.
|Designing the Tucker automobile||Budd Steinhilber||
Excerpt from Bret Smith's 1995 interview with Budd Steinhilber. Copyright 1995 and 1997, Bret H. Smith. All rights reserved.
|Learning how to manage industrial design projects||Liz Powell||
Excerpted from a 1995 interview with Liz Powell, former director of design for Sony USA, and former Vice President of Sony Signitures. Copyright 1995 and 2007 Bret H. Smith. All rights reserved.
|An Internship with Raymond Loewy||Budd Steinhilber||
Budd Steinhilber, FIDSA, recalls his time as a summer intern at the Raymond Loewy office in New York City. This clip is excerpted from an interview with Bret H. Smith, IDSA in 1995. Copyright 1995 and 2003, Bret H. Smith. All rights reserved.
|Eliot Noyes, Gliders and Observation||Tom Hardy||
Tom Hardy talks about Eliot Noyes and about the importance of observation. From an interview with Bret Smith in 2007. Copyright 2007 and 2008, Bret H. Smith. All rights reserved.
|The John Deere 4020 presentation.||Chuck Pelly||
Chuck Pelly talks about how even the best planned presentations can have unexpected results.
|Michael Graves' tea kettles||Ed Zagorski||
Ed Zagorski,FIDSA speaks about Michael Graves' Tea Kettles. This clip is excerpted from an interview with Bret H. Smith, IDSA in 1996. © Copyright 1996 and 2008, Bret H. Smith. All rights reserved.