This is
Dan Chen
He figure things out by
Making
He dabble in
manufacturing
He designs human robot
interactions
He explores forms that conveys
comfort
He experiments with new ways of
engagement
He explores digital and physical
initmacy
He creates open tools that
empwoers
He instigates augmented
intimacy
He creates digital tools that forms
communities
He makes devices that questions our idea of
identity
He create playful
plateforms

Design Portfolio

dankc.com

This site features selected archive of Dan Chen's work. This includes 2D, 3D, robotic, installations and interactive works.

 

Technical Portfolio

danchen.work

A collection of tutorials and experiemnts that Dan have written. Ranging from how to use network protocals, bluetooth, chips, 3D printers and many little fun projects.

 

Traveling Exhibition

MFBMT.com

This page showcases my current work that are on traveling exhbition in Europe.

 

Bio

Dan Chen is an interaction designer and improvisational engineer. He inspires people through working prototypes, investigates ways for crafting a better user experience.

He has several degrees including a MAS from MIT, an MFA in digital media from RISD and a BFA in communication design from UConn. He has over 7 years of design experience and now works at Johnson & Johnson as Senior Interaction Designer. Previous positions include Senior Interaction Designer at IDEO, Product Designer, and developer at The Economist Group and Morningstar Inc.

His personal work has been featured in CNET, The Huffington Post, the verge, Engadget and Daily Mail. Dan was invited as a speaker at TEDx Vienna on the future of intimacy in 2016. His work will be included in Hello, Robot: Design between Human and Machine exhibitions in Vitra Design Museum, MAK Wien & Design Museum Gent between 2017 to 2022.

Working in the realms of robotics, communication design, interaction design and product design, Dan explores the new ways of communication and human experience through working prototypes and storytelling, inviting a reflective evaluation and implication.

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