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Clement Mok Clement is an award winning designer, digital pioneer, software publisher, app developer, author, and design patent holder. Clement, a former creative director at Apple in the early 80’s, founded multiple successful design-related businesses: Studio Archetype, CMCD, and NetObjects. He was the Chief Creative Officer of Sapient, a Trustee of Art Center College of Design and the national president of AIGA. Currently, he’s a founding partner of SUGARFISH and SameSurf as well as start-ups on a variety of design planning and user experience related projects. Mok, a 2008 AIGA Medalist, has been published internationally and has received hundreds of awards from professional organizations and publications including I.D. 40 most influential designers, and Chief Executive Magazine, which named him 1998’s Tech 100 CEOs. He also serves on the advisory boards of numerous start-ups, technology companies, colleges and non-profit organizations.

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    Short-Length Bio (200 words)

Clement Mok
Design and business consultant

is a designer, digital pioneer, software publisher/developer, author, design patent holder and restauranteur. Mok, a former creative director at Apple in the early 80’s, founded multiple successful design-related businesses — Studio Archetype, CMCD and NetObjects. He was the Chief Creative Officer of Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE) and the national president of AIGA, the country’s largest professional design organization. Currently, he’s a founding partner of SUGARFISH, Zagat\'s most popular restaurant in Los Angeles 2013, and SameSurf as well as start-ups on a variety of design planning and user experience related projects.

He has consulted for clients like Adobe, American Express, Apple, Hallmark, IBM, Mayo Clinic, Microsoft, Nintendo, QVC, Sony, United Airlines, UPS and Wells Fargo Bank. An advocate of design and technology practices, Mok’s been recognized by numerous professional organizations and publications with hundreds of awards and citations. His designs have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Europe and Asia.

Mok, a 2008 AIGA Medalist recipient, has been published internationally and has received hundreds of awards from professional organizations and publications including I.D. which named him among 1994’s 40 most influential designers and Chief Executive Magazine which named him 1998’s Tech 100 CEOs. He also serves on the advisory boards of numerous technology companies, colleges and non-profit organizations.

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    Mid-Length Bio (300 words)

Clement Mok
Designer and instigator of things,
President emeritus of AIGA, and
CEO of CMCD

A designer, digital pioneer, software publisher/developer, international author, app developer, design patent holder and restauranteur, Clement Mok founded multiple successful design-related businesses — Studio Archetype, CMCD and NetObjects. He was the Chief Creative Officer of Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE) from 1998-2001, during which, Sapient was named the top interactive-agency by Forrester Research and Ad Age. During this period, Sapient also became the first service firm to be listed in the history of the S&P 500’s index. Currently, he’s a founding partner of SUGARFISH, voted by Zagat\'s readers as the most popular restaurant in Los Angeles.

\"The design of understanding\" is perhaps the best way to describe Clement and his work. Creating meaningful connections between people, ideas, art and technology is the focus his design and business consultative projects. For nearly thirty years of his career, he’s consulted for clients like Adobe, American Express, Apple, Hallmark, IBM, Mayo Clinic, Microsoft, Nagano Winter Olympic Committee, Nintendo, QVC, Sony, United Airlines, UPS, Wells Fargo Bank and countless start-ups.

A career shaped by Silicon Valley, Mok’s been involved with the launch of numerous new technologies and companies — including Apple’s Macintosh, Herman Miller’s Aeron chair, the Microsoft Network, interactive television, broadband applications, webcast events, expert publishing systems and major identity programs.

An advocate on design and technology practices, he’s been recognized by IDSA, NYArt Directors Club, AIGA, Broadcast Designers Association, American Center for Design, Type Directors Club, Communication Arts, ID, Graphis, Fast Company, Fortune, Business Week, and CEO magazine with major awards and citations. His designs have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Europe and Asia. Most recently, Mok was awarded the AIGA Gold Medal, the design profession’s highest honor.

He also serves on the advisory boards of numerous technology companies, colleges and non-profit organizations. Clement served as the national president of AIGA, the country’s largest communication design professional organization, from 2001 thru 2003

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Photo A | The roof top portrait – Full Figure

14.33 x 13 inches
Please list photo credits by Erik Butler
© 2001 by Erik Butler
Permission granted by photographer for PR use only.

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Photo B
| The roof top portrait – Close Up

4.66 x 4.66 inches
Please list photo credits by Erik Butler
© 2001 by Erik Butler
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Photo C | Work portrait with projection

15 x 10 inches
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© 1996 by Ed Kashi
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Photo D | Work portrait with projection

8 x 10 inches
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© 1996 by Ed Kashi
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