David Proeber graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Design: Industrial Design from Arizona State University. David started his career as an industrial designer focusing on design research, design strategy, concept generation at Wilson Sporting Goods for 4 years in a variety of different business units. In his time at Wilson he established new digital experiences with emerging technologies to boost customer engagement with Wilson products. He also spent time as the lead industrial designer for the racket sports division for 2 years. Most recently, David worked in both design research and product design roles at Milwaukee Tool as a senior industrial designer for Milwaukee’s lighting category. Dave is an award-winning designer who is accredited by the IDSA. He is currently credited for 12 patents, with several more patents in the works.
David is driven by well-thought out product solutions. He believes a solution is only as good as the problem it ultimately solves. His process to solve starts with concise design research, core industrial design, and building out clarity to the fuzzy front end of product development. His passion for design is not in the individual solution, but rather the cohesive experience that should be expected from the end user.
Learn more about David’s work at Proeber.com