Max Burton is the executive creative director at frog, based in San Francisco. For nearly 20 years, Burton has worked in all areas of product design, from physical to interaction and experience design. He has a post-graduate degree in design from the Royal College of Art. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York, and the Design Museum, in London. He holds a dozen utility patents and more than 30 design patents. He is also a fellow of the Charted Society of Designers and a member of the Industrial Designers’ Society of America.
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