Kim Sherman, Senior Lecturer, has worked in the industrial design field since 1988 and founded Think Design, LLC in 1995. He began teaching industrial design at RIT in 1991. As a design professional, Kim enjoys developing elegant solutions to very complex design problems. His portfolio includes a broad spectrum of products including heads-up computer displays, iontophoresis device for transdermal medicine delivery, heavy equipment for road construction, a pressure diagnostics model for building weatherization training, folding recumbent bicycle, blood chemistry analyzer, home pill dispenser, and a helmet mounted blast gauge for the military. Kim brings his comprehensive approach to product development to the classroom, encouraging students to integrate the elements of business, function, aesthetics, manufacturability, and human factors within the global context of social and environmental responsibility. He has an MFA in Industrial Design from RIT. Kim has two US patents a third pending.