Come April, IDEO founder David Kelley will have an Edison Achievement Award pinned on him for his "pioneering contributions to the design of breakthrough products, services, and experiences for consumers, as well as his development of an innovative culture that has broad impact." Kelley has had a hand in the design of the first computer mouse, the Palm Treo, and Steelcase's Leap chair, among other things. Fast Company celebrates Kelley's achievements with a series of articles, linked below:
IDEO's David Kelley wins Edison Award for Innovation
17 Career Lessons from IDEO's David Kelley
Ideo's Newest Design Projects (slideshow)
Why a Bowling Shirt Made Me Love David Kelley
Lastly, there's a compelling video of Kelley discussing interaction design up at the Designing Interactions site, definitely worth a look.