Posted by: Helen Walters on November 10, 2008
It hasn’t exactly been the best of times for Motorola of late. As we reported recently, this year the company’s market share plummeted to 8.4% globally, down from 22.4% in 2006, when its Razr handset was all the rage.
Bruce Claxton has been with Moto for more than 25 years and is now the Senior Director of Design Integration in the firm’s Network and Enterprise Group. He’s in charge of the firm’s industrial design and human factors innovation teams and has won nearly every design award under the sun. He’s coming in to see me on Tuesday 18 November, to talk about new initiatives — and to answer your questions.
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