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David M. Kelley

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| name = David M. Kelley <!-- include middle initial, if not specified in birth_name -->
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| birth_date = {{Birth year and age|1951}} <!-- {{Birth date and age|YYYY|MM|DD}} or {{Birth-date and age|Month DD, YYYY}} -->
| birth_place = [[Barberton, Ohio]]
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| nationality = USA
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| known_for = engineering design, founder of [[Hasso Plattner Institute of Design]] at Stanford University
| occupation = businessman, designer, engineer, professor
| alma_mater = [[Carnegie Mellon University]] (BSEE, 1973)<br>[[Stanford University]] (M.S., Design, 1977)
| relatives = [[Tom Kelley (author)|Tom Kelley]] (brother)
'''David M. Kelley''' is an [[United States|American]] [[businessman]], [[entrepreneur]], [[designer]], [[engineer]], and [[teacher]]. He is [[Founder (company)|founder]], [[chairman]], and managing partner of the design firm [[IDEO]] and a [[professor]] at [[Stanford University]]. He has received several honors for his contributions to design and design education.<ref name="David Kelley elected to National Academy of Engineering">{{cite news|url=|title=David Kelley elected to National Academy of Engineering|work=Stanford University News Release|accessdate=2009-06-17|date=2000-03-01}}</ref>
In 1990, he became a tenured professor, and was named the Donald W. Whittier Professor in Mechanical Engineering in 2002.<ref name="Stanford website"/>
In 2004, David led the creation of the [ [Hasso Plattner Institute of Design]] at Stanford] University, known as the ""<ref name="Stanford Magazine">{{cite web|url=|title=Sparks Fly|work=Stanford Magazine|accessdate=2012-07-27|date=March–April, 2011}}</ref>