Claude Zellweger thrives on designing products that change the way we behave. Zellweger recently joined Google as a senior designer working on the search giant’s Daydream VR mobile platform. As vice president of design at HTC, he oversaw the design of the acclaimed HTC One smartphones as well as HTC’s emerging devices, most notably the industry-defining VR system, the HTC Vive. Zellweger joined One & Co as partner and creative director in 2001, and helped grow the firm into a dominant Bay Area design force. Industry leaders like Nike, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Sony turned to him to lead the development of their branding and design. In 2008, HTC acquired One & Co and its international team of innovators. Zellweger’s work has been internationally recognized in museums and competitions alike, including the Chicago Athenaeum Award and awards from BusinessWeek, ID Magazine, IDSA and iF Hannover.