Nadeem looks at design as applied experimentation and tries to create meaningful, human interactions between people and things. After studying industrial design at Carnegie Mellon University, Nadeem has collaborated on several projects, from the design of OXO kitchen tools to generating concepts for the future of computing. His work incorporates a wide range of interests, from the investigation of form and craft, to making interactions tangible and finding novel ways of visualizing information. Exercising this adaptability, he is equally happy with a pen, carving gouge, or soldering iron in his hand. Nadeem’s work has been exhibited and published in a number of places including I.D. Magazine, Data Flow 2 and Future Everything.