Scott Wilson is an accomplished designer with over 10 years of experience developing iconic, industry-leading products. His alternating experience within three consulting firms and three global corporations has provided him with the skills necessary to consistently deliver compelling consumer concepts to market. The pervasive theme throughout Wilson's work is the intimate relationship between the user and the product. Wilson strives to create a balance within his products that speak rationally and emotionally to the consumer, ultimately ensuring a higher probability of market success and endurance.
Formerly of IDEO Product Development, Thomson and ACCO, Wilson's current mission is creating exciting futures for Nike as Creative Director for their sport's technology group. Prior to and separate from Nike, Wilson founded MOD (www.studiomod.com) whose focus is establishing long-term collaborative relationships with design-sensitive and marketing-savvy companies. MOD's first two products have already gained recognition within the furniture industry at both the 2001 NEOCON exhibition and the 2002 Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Wilson's work has spanned dozens of brands and a wide variety of industries. His work has been internationally recognized in museums and competitions. His work was exhibited in the first annual "National Design Triennial" at the Cooper-Hewitt museum. He also has products in the MOMA, MCA and Chicago Athenaeum museums. In 1999 alone he was recognized with an ID Magazine Design Distinction, 3 Business Week IDEA Awards, 2 IF Industrie Hanover Awards, and 10 Good Design awards. In January of 2000, ID Magazine selected the Top 40 Designers under 30. Wilson was one of 4 product designer's from the US profiled.