As a principal at Continuum, Mike Arney translates ideas into real experiences. He combines his background in product design with a deep understanding of how people see the world to create products and experiences that are meaningful to consumers. Arney understands that in order for an insight to be truly valuable, it has to be understood and usable by the entire development team. This shared understanding is what drives both development and evaluation, and ultimately business success. While with Continuum, Arney has led projects for dozens of major brands, including L.L. Bean, P&G, Samsung, Herman Miller, Fellowes, AMF, Johnson & Johnson, Bunn, Thermador, Holmes, Intercontinental, and Boston Acoustic.
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