is the co-founder and CEO of iFixit, the largest online repair community and Apple parts retailer. In 2011, he started Dozuki, a software company that is revolutionizing online technical documentation. Kyle is a board member of Softec and the IEEE CE Society. He has spoken widely on cloud computing, technical writing, repair, making service documentation accessible to a global audience, and sustainable consumer electronics device design.
is a researcher at WMG, University of Warwick, and at Brunel University in London, specializing in design for behavior change for social and environmental benefit. His Design with Intent toolkit is a resource of design patterns for influencing behavior. At present he's working with CarbonCulture, a London-based startup aiming to reduce workplace energy use through connecting people with energy and behavioral data in engaging ways, alongside freelance consultancy and workshops for industry.
is a sustainable design strategist and researcher. He is a co-author of the Autodesk Sustainability Workshop. He has taught at Stanford University, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He designed the prototype of AskNature.org for The Biomimicy Institute, and was sustainability research manager for Project FROG, a leader in modular commercial green buildings. He has contributed to five books on sustainable design, including Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century.
has taught at Stanford University and California College of Arts and Crafts. His company, Bould Design is a product development studio dedicated to exploring new forms, functions, materials and meanings for products. Bould Design's collaboration with clients such as Nest Labs, Roku, Logitech, Nambe and Pablo has produced a diverse body of work that has been published internationally and honored by several CES Design and Innovation Awards, the ID Magazine Design Review, the GOOD Design Award, Graphics Product Design 3, and the SFMOMA Permanent Design Collection.
has spent 13 years working across disciplines in sustainable design. At Autodesk, Dawn leads the Sustainability Workshop, which provides free, lightweight videos and resources online to teach young engineers, designers, and architects the principles and practice of sustainable design. Dawn co-authored the bestselling sustainability book, Worldchanging: A User's Guide to the 21st Century. She has given dozens of talks around the world, spoke at TEDGlobal in 2005, and was recognized by Fast Company in 2009 as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business.
is a partner of Core77, a New York-based design network serving a global community of designers and design enthusiasts. He is the editor-in-chief of Core77.com, the widely read design website, Coroflot.com design job and portfolio site, and DesignDirectory.com design firm database. Allan lectures around the world and at professional conferences including IDSA, AIGA and IxDA, has been a guest critic at various design schools in including Yale University, NYU, University of Minnesota, RIT and RMIT. He has moderated and led workshops and symposia at the Aspen Design Conference, the Rockefeller Center at Bellagio, Compost Modern and Winterhouse, and is a frequent design competition juror.
Prior to Core77, his work in product design focused on the medical and diagnostic fields, as well as on consumer products and workplace systems. (Projects included work for Herman Miller, Johnson & Johnson, Federal Express, Kodak, A.C. Nielsen, Oral-B, Crunch Fitness and others.) He has been named on numerous design and utility patents and has received awards from I.D. Magazine, Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club and The One Club. He serves on the boards of the Designers Accord, Design Ignites Change and DesigNYC.
In 2012, Allan launched a new graduate design MFA program in Products of Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, focusing on the purposeful, systemic role of artifacts and design offerings in multidisciplinary contexts.