Scott joined the Industrial Design team in 1997 bringing years of experience in consumer electronics, computers, computer peripherals, handheld tools, sporting equipment, and footwear. During that time, he traveled to Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mainland China to act as liaison between tooling and manufacturing facilities and became well-versed in the art of design for manufacturing (DFM).
Scott has a special talent for contemporary and refined aesthetic designs and, while at Omnica, captured industry attention by producing award winning designs including the enclosure design for the large-scale IBIS/Abbott PLEX-ID system which won the 2009 Wall Street Journal gold innovation award and was also recognized as the year’s second most exciting development by the panel of judges at “The Scientist” magazine.
In addition to his full docket of projects, he continues to advance his design skills beyond the SolidWorks environment to keep up with industry trends in animation and presentation packages to support our client’s marketing efforts.
Scott has a B.S. in Industrial Design from ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, CA. He continues to challenge his colleagues every year at Omnica’s annual pumpkin “carving/design” contest and has raised the bar by creating designs worthy of Architectural Digest.