Liu, Tsai Lu | Auburn University

TSAI LU LIU, IDSA
Associate Professor
Auburn University

Tsai Lu Liu is an associate professor of industrial design at Auburn University, and he graduated from the Department of Industrial Design at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan. Liu also holds an MBA from Georgia State University and a graduate industrial design degree from Auburn University. In 1992, Liu worked at Design Principles of Huntsville, AK for three years before returning to Taiwan. In Taiwan he worked for several companies where he managed product design and corporate marketing. Liu’s teams developed and introduced gaming machines, toy cars, LED products and Internet advertising systems to the international market, some of which are still on the market today. In 2002, Liu started his own firm designing and manufacturing products for disabled children. His studio clients include Johnson & Johnson, DeWalt, Georgia Pacific and Generac. In 2004, he returned to Auburn University as an industrial design faculty member.

 

Track:
Community as Context

Breakout Title:
If It’s Good For Users and Business, Is It Good For Designers?

Track:
Education Symposium & Sessions

Breakout Title:
“Do You See What They See?” A New Approach to Video Ethnography


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