Nick Stevens trained as an industrial designer in New Zealand and then amassed 10 years design experience working in consultancies, in-house and as a freelancer before studying for masters in interaction design at AHO Norway in 2009. During his time as an industrial designer he worked on a number of projects including home appliances for Electrolux and AEG, Baby seats for Britax, phones for Nokia, the stadium chair for the 2010 FIFA world cup and the London velodrome and anesthesia workstations. He has worked in Australia, the UK, Italy and Norway. He has also spoken about design at events both in the UK and Czech Republic.
He teaches interaction design at AHO and runs the Tangible Interaction course in the masters program as well as participating in some of the research projects.