Bryan Day

Junior Designer

San Jose, CA, USA
As a very mechanically inclined individual, my design process focuses on making sure that my solutions function well early on. Through the building of mock-ups and functional prototypes, every mechanical element must be dialed in before moving to the next phase. I strongly believe that an elegant design is achieved through the thoughtful and careful refinement of each pivot, hinge, slide, or other functional element. I strive to make products that are fun, sleek, and thoughtful inside and out.

Work Experience

Specialized Bicycle Components

Product Design Intern

Assisted in the designing of several projects including the 2012 Sirrus platform pedal which went into production late last year.
June 2010 - August 2010 Morgan Hill, California, United States

Stoller Studio, Inc.

Shop Intern

I was hired after completing a project while in school in which I helped in the design and fabrication of a solar powered public seating area.

My main duties are: assisting in CAD modeling, shop cleaning and maintenance, fabrication and finishing of varying complexity, and errand running.
San Jose, California, United States

Orchard Supply Hardware

Sales Associate

Working here helped to greatly expand my knowledge of fabrication. By working in departments such as tools and hardware, I developed a keen understanding of what types of fasteners were best suited to a job. This knowledge has proved invaluable.

My main duties consisted of: helping customers, stocking, clean-up and maintenance, cashiering, and merchandising.
March 2007 - June 2011 California, United States


San Jose State University

BS Industrial Design

Overall GPA: 3.29
Member of IDSA student chapter.
August 2006 - May 2012 San Jose, California, United States


Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Digital Illustration, Autodesk Alias, Fabrication, Keyshot, Marker Rendering, Microsoft Windows, MIG Welding, Solidworks,