Moen Names Steven Ward as Director of Global Design
March 16, 2015
Moen has named Steven Ward as director of global design, leading the development of the newest designs and innovations from Moen in North America.
In his role, Ward is responsible for global product design at Moen and will oversee the global industrial design team located both in North America and abroad. He will set and drive strategy for product design in several countries in categories including faucets, showerheads, accessories and bath safety.
“Steven comes to us with a wide range of technology and product experience that we know will provide immeasurable value to our organization,” said Timothy McDonough, vice president, global brand marketing at Moen Incorporated. “His diverse background will greatly enhance global design at Moen.”
Prior to joining Moen, Ward served as director of industrial design for the Life Fitness division of Brunswick, a leading manufacturer of sporting and fitness equipment. Ward also was an adjunct professor at Northwestern University, McCormick School of Engineering/Segal Design Institute in Evanston, Ill. He served as director of industrial design for M3 Design Incorporated and Donnelly Corporation. Ward has worked in a variety of industries in both corporate and consulting design studios including automotive, aircraft, marine, furniture, electronics, fitness, soft goods, as well as exhibit and user interface design.
Ward attended the architecture program at Idaho State University and holds a bachelor of fine arts in industrial design from Brigham Young University.
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