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Sustainability is often labeled a nice-to-have rather than a necessity. Join us for a conversation with Mardis Bagley, Creative Director at Nonfiction. Find out what common misconceptions he often hears from clients, and learn how you can empower decision makers to actively incorporate sustainable materials and processes into design and manufacturing.
Mardis Bagley is an American Industrial Designer and Creative Director with 15 years of experience in Consumer Electronics, Neurotech, Lifestyle, Soft Goods and Packaging. He specializes in fast, technical execution and has spent extensive time overseas shepherding products through mass production to ensure design intent. He has designed for the likes of Nike, Facebook, Logitech, Dell, Intel, Chevron, Jiffy Lube, Corning, Symantec and for mid-sized companies and startups too numerous to count. His direct efforts have garnered tens of millions of dollars in sales and venture capital funding. Prior to his career in industrial design, he worked for fifteen years in the graphic design field, managing branding, and digital design teams. Mardis teaches Sustainability & Social Impact at the California College of the Arts.
Nonfiction is an award-winning creative studio specializing in industrial design, branding, user experience design, space architecture, engineering and strategy. Learn more →
Sustainability and circular economy are top of mind for manufacturers and consumers... but what does that mean for material scientists, engineers, and designers? How might we best address these issues?
Join MCX as we host series of discussions surrounding material and technology solutions that address the extremes that our industries, and the world around us, continue to face in regard to climate change and raw material sourcing.
A recording will be made available to all registered guests.
Material ConneXion is a single destination for designers and engineers to interact with new, innovative materials, and find inspiration across industries.
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