Will T. Harris

Member Since April 2013
Member Type Sustaining
AIGA Chapter Seattle
Title Lead User Experience Designer
Company W Harris Design
Email moc.liamg@ngisedsirrahw
Website willtharris.com
Portfolio Site williamtharris.prosite.com/
Bio

Will is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, where he received a BFA in Industrial Design. Will has run a design consultancy working with clients in the medical, consumer goods, and furniture industries. He has also worked with numerous businesses, assisting with Industrial Design, User Experience, design management, and branding. These businesses include Fidelity Investments, MINI Cooper USA, Converse, Living PlanIT, and Design that Matters.


He has worked with clients ranging from a one person company to fortune 100 institutions, creating award winning products and marketing campaigns. His work has been introduced in over 20 countries, and is currently being launched as one of the biggest products for a multi-billion dollar financial organization. Will is a member of the Industrial Designers Society of America, the American Institute of Graphic Arts and a 2012 Starting Bloc Fellow.

  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    Fundraising Personas For Targeted Philanthropy Design that Matters Website Redesign HOW TO: Create a Rubber Prototype Using a 3D Print Charcoal Drawings
  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    Z-Rack White Board Improvements 2013 DtM Holiday Card Paring Knife Handle Experiments DtM Case Study: WHY DESIGN?
  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    DtM Indiegogo Branding & Materials Field Photography Design that Matters Annual Report 2012 Dave's Fresh Pasta Website Redesign
  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    Dovetail Stool Design that Matters Portfolio Ginger io Branding Silver & Copper Spoons
  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    Cruise Ship Interior Firefly: Infographics CAD Renderings Urine Sample Cup: Concept
  • Will updated a project on Behance.
    Supply Change: Branding Mujer a Mujer: Branding Firefly Phototherapy: Project Firefly: Infant Phototherapy
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