Henry Julier wants to solve your problems. The industrial designer, who has worked for Standard Issue Design, Johnson & Johnson, Aruliden, and Jeffrey Bernett, sees design as a problem-solving tool, as a way of recognizing - and forming - relationships between ideas and reality, and as a method for improving the connection between people and the products they use. Julier believes that form should follow function, that you can design less, but better, and in the responsive relationship between products and the environment in which they live.