How the Role of the Product Designer Has Grown

February 2, 2023

As newer workers enter the workforce, more focus and value is put on company culture. A positive company culture directly relates to higher job satisfaction, which can have all sorts of positive effects. How has one man’s journey in the product design industry led him to truly value company culture?

On the newest episode of On Time in Full, a podcast by Designed Conveyor Systems, host Gabrielle Bejarano speaks with Brian Stewart, an Engineering Supervisor of Product Design with DCS, about Stewart’s own journey and how DCS stands out from the industry. The two discuss…

  • How the expansion of the e-commerce industry comes with challenges that require innovative solutions
    What a day in the life of an Engineering Supervisor of Product Design looks like at DCS
    How DCS company culture positively impacts career growth and progression

“At DCS, it is, I feel like it is more of an employee-centered…company and…knowing that and going through it, realizing that you have the support from management, you have the support from other people in the company, that the ultimate goal is to make the employee experience the best…,” said Stewart.

Stewart leads the Product Design team at DCS with over twenty years of experience in the technology design industry. Prior to his role with DCS, Stewart worked as an Equipment Designer for Turnkey Processing Solutions and as a 3D CAD Designer for Tate Ornamental.

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