Phnam Bagley | How Knowing Nothing Can Make You a More Creative Engineer
Who is Phnam Bagley?
Phnam Bagley grew up in France, became an industrial designer, and eventually moved to the United States to pursue her career. She is a designer in the truest sense, having mastery over topics such as color, material, form, & texture. What makes her so valuable to product & engineering teams, though, is not simply her mastery over these subjects, but her ability to understand the technical side (DFM, packaging, etc) of design as well as the artistic side. Phnam also produces her own podcast called Future Future, and is co-founder of the design consultancy Nonfiction.
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