André de Salis

André de Salis

In 2000, Mr. de Salis joined DesignworksUSA and spent seven years creating design solutions as a lead designer for various clients such as, HP, MINI, BMW, and Ernie Ball. André was the key driver for HP’s universal design language for their core business printer line. He is an extremely versatile designer with expertise in industrial design; design strategy; design languages; vision and innovation; ID/UI/UX combined projects; and film. 

In addition to BMW Group DesignworksUSA, André has worked for other leading design consultancies including Frog Design and Hauser, Inc. He rejoined DesignworksUSA in 2011 as a Creative Director responsible for complex design programs. 

Mr. de Salis currently leads multiple projects in industries such as public transportation, electronics, consumer packaged goods, professional equipment and technology, many of which have been awarded in competitions. 

He is fluent in English, French, and German. He graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA with a degree in Product Design. 

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