One Designer’s Secrets for Breaking Into Mobile Accessories

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September 7, 2014
by Chris MichaudKevin Young

In less than two years, startup Felix has gotten its smartphone cases onto shelves at Staples and the Apple Store, and is en route to $1.5 million in annual sales. Read how Continuum influenced branding and product design in Inc. Magazine.

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About the Author

  • Michaud Chris
    Chris Michaud
    VP, Global Client Engagement

    Chris works with Continuum’s clients to devise a plan for how human-centered design and innovation can help them succeed. Bringing a keen understanding of the challenges businesses face, he’s focused on bridging the innovation gap between business strategy and stunning design execution.
    With more than 10 years at Continuum, Chris has collaborated with industry-leading clients including American Express, Covidien, Intercontential, Ford, L.L. Bean, Nestle, P&G, Samsung, and Unilever.
    Prior to joining Continuum, Chris worked at GE, where he successfully completed the company’s Technical Leadership Program. Chris holds a degree with high disinction in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

  • Kevin Young
    Kevin Young
    SVP, Product Experience

    Kevin is responsible for maintaining the health of and planning for the growth of Continuum’s product experience business. He also leads programs and project teams directly, working with clients to solve their most complex challenges.

    Since joining Continuum in 1997, he’s managed award-winning projects, including the MIT Media Lab’s One Laptop Per Child. He builds strong relationships with Continuum’s Fortune 100 clients, including Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and American Express.

    Kevin graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University with a BID in industrial design. His product design successes have resulted in 14 design excellence awards and 18 U.S. patents.