University of Michigan
John Marshall’s research interests include digital fabrication, tangible user interfaces, design methods, problem-based learning and communication between cross-disciplinary design teams. Marshall’s studio practice involves a recursive process where multiple stakeholders work together to realize shared goals.
Since 1998, he has co-directed rootoftwo, LLC—a hybrid design studio. Recent projects have been featured in Wired, FastCompany, Dezeen, Dwell and The Guardian. Previously, Marshall worked as part of a collaborative product development team at consumer baby products manufacturer Evenflo Company, Inc, where he was instrumental in transitioning the company to a rapid prototyping-based product development process.