Chris Kasabach is co-founder of the Design Studio at the Engineering Design Research Center (EDRC) and Adjunct Faculty in Carnegie Mellon's School of Design. From 1994-8 he served the EDRC as Senior Industrial Designer and project manager, attracting and overseeing projects ranging in scale from thousands to millions of dollars. Before coming to the EDRC Chris was an IBM Thomas J. Watson Fellow in Africa and South America (1991-3) where he researched consumer-patterns and technology transfer issues in eleven countries south of the equator. Chris has consulted with a wide range of clients including Boeing, Daimler-Benz, Telxon, Intel, Digital, and Motorola. For these corporations he has led the research and development of advanced products for both industrial and consumer use. Most recently Chris co-led an exploration of next generation computer concepts for Intel that resulted in both Gold and Bronze IDEA awards from the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA). Chris's work has appeared in numerous publications and exhibits including Scientific America, The Sunday Times (London), Design Management (Italy), Popular Science, Business Week, ID magazine, Newsweek Japan, and EPCOT Center.