Our Work

Our Team

ScottScott FisherDesign Director+
Scott Fisher is the design director at Blue Clover Studios, where he directs a team of industrial designers, researchers, and model makers w
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JasonJason RoweIndustrial Design Manager+
Jason Rowe is the industrial design manager for client brands at Blue Clover Studios, where he manages a team of industrial designers focuse
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JordanJordan FrenchLead Industrial Designer+
Jordan French is our industrial design supervisor user-centered design. This group employs design research and strategy techniques to identi
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Alex Dorfman

Industrial Designer

Alex Dorfman is an industrial designer for Blue Clover Studios. Based out of San Francisco, he brings everything that makes Blue Clover Studios great to the West Coast. Many of the company’s clients are headquartered in the West, allowing Alex to hold ideation sessions on site, present concepts in person, and have a whole spectrum of inspiration separate from the Midwest.

Before joining Blue Clover Studios, Alex worked at Wieland Designs, focusing on furniture design and prototyping as well as Kalu Yala in Panama City, Panama, where he designed furniture and planned sustainable tourist destinations. 

Alex is a graduate of Purdue University where he received a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. He is also currently attending Ball State University, working toward an MBA in finance. 

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?
I draw inspiration from my surroundings and from graphic design magazines. With good marketing direction a graphic designer can sell a product in ways I never would have thought. Since I’m in the product making game, this helps me think about how what I’m currently designing might be marketed. 

What is your favorite Blue Clover Studios project to date?
I really enjoyed working with Preserve Gimme 5. Smaller companies put a lot of trust into designers and that translates into freedom. In this particular case the brief was fun and resulted in an innovative product. 

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I’m still discovering my surroundings and getting used to the move to San Francisco but have really enjoyed attending the local street fairs. I also play basketball a few times a week.…


Andrew Bunner

Model Maker

Andrew is a model maker at Blue Clover Studios. He is responsible for creating 3D prototypes from computer aided design (CAD) to full store shelf mockups.

During his more than five years at Blue Clover Studios working in design and 3D prototype processing, Andrew has developed a deep knowledge of the company’s process and commitment to quality and innovation.

Andrew is a graduate of Purdue University where he received an associate’s degree in computer graphics technology. He also received an associate’s degree in CAD and drafting technology from Vincennes University.

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?
I draw a lot of inspiration from commercials showing competitor products, thinking about how we can do it better.

What is your favorite part about working Blue Clover Studios?
Working on projects that may change the way a product has been packaged and used since its appearance on store shelves. 

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
When I’m not working, I enjoy reading, exercising, watching movies, boating, fishing, and golf.…


Connor Gates

Model Maker

Connor Gates is a model maker at Blue Clover Studios, where he assists in daily 3D printed part finishes and vacuum forming projects.  This consists of taking requests from the industrial designers for new models, as well as sanding and color matching for finished models.

Connor had previous experience with Blue Clover Studios when he interned with the studio for nine months while in school.  A graduate from Vincennes University, Connor received a degree in Product Design and Production Processes.

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?

I find inspiration in seeing the projects I’ve worked on displayed on the store shelf.  As a model maker, we often see the very beginning stages of a product so it’s great to see it come to life on shelf.

What is the best part about working at Blue Clover Studios?

I like the laid back work environment of Blue Clover.  Everyone knows their part and we can all work together to finish a project and create very nice finished products.

 What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

When I’m not at work, I like to play recreational sports.  I play basketball for the city Parks Department and participate in multiple softball leagues.…


Kelsey Coffey

Industrial Designer

Kelsey Coffey is an industrial designer at Blue Clover Studios, where she focuses on introducing innovative product development to the retail market shelves, utilizing strong skills in trend forecasting and creative treatments.

Since joining Blue Clover Studios over three years ago, Kelsey has developed a deep knowledge and understanding of the overall business.

Kelsey is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) where she received a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and fashion design.

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?
Where or what I draw inspiration from varies depending on the season, but the fashion industry and nature in the raw are always strongholds amidst my creative process.

What is your favorite Blue Clover Studios project to date?
To date the N’ice & Cool line for Party Peacock is my favorite project so far. To see something that you have designed come to fruition makes all the hard work so fulfilling. 

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I was a competitive swimmer and volleyball player in college, so anything athletic is a go-to activity. Otherwise you can find me in the kitchen cooking or baking up a storm!…


Liz Barrett

Industrial Designer

Liz Barrett is an industrial designer at Blue Clover Studies, working under the Client Brands group of industrial design. She is a key player in brainstorm and ideation sessions, taking concepts from sketch to 3D model while working directly with the client. 

Prior to her role as associate industrial designer, Liz served as a visual communications specialist where she produced high-quality renderings and visuals for sales and marketing needs. Before joining Blue Clover Studios, Liz worked at a corrugated packaging company designing custom shipping containers and end-cap displays. It was this experience that sparked her interest in packaging design and ultimately led her to Blue Clover Studios.

Liz is a graduate of Purdue University where she received a bachelor’s degree in industrial design 

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?
I love learning from personal experiences with ergonomics and usability – taking those experiences and applying the positives to my design aesthetic while trying to avoid the negatives. I draw inspiration from my peers in and out of the design community and I also find creative inspiration in nature, weather, and my surroundings. 

What is your favorite part about working at Blue Clover Studios?
The answer is clearly because of the occasional free lunch. But really, my favorite part of working at BCS has to be the freedom to be expressive. The lack of corporate dress code and being allowed to play music makes the atmosphere awesome. Less restrictions in the environment lets me be more creative in my designs and output. Staying inspired is sometimes difficult in the workplace but, I love being able to ask any of the guys for input or advice whenever I need it. I work with a great group of people who are positive and helpful making this studio a fun place to work every day. 

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I love seeing live music and vocal performances in both large and small venues. I love astronomy and all things space-related. I’m definitely a cat lover, but not a cat-lady… there’s a big difference. I enjoy traveling to new places, trying new foods, and experiencing new cultures. Occasionally when Purdue sports are good, I like to support my Boilermakers. And of course, dreaming of the day I can afford to buy a Tesla.…


Seth Tempel

Industrial Designer

Seth Tempel is an industrial designer at Blue Clover Studios, developing custom concepts for Client Brands. He is responsible for conducting user research, creating hand-drawn sketches and 3D computer models, and presenting concepts to both new and existing clients.

Prior to his role as associate industrial designer, Seth held a design related internship position at Berry Plastics.

Seth is a graduate of Purdue University where he received a bachelor’s degree in industrial design.

Where and what do you draw inspiration from?
I draw inspiration from trending products, music, and natural forms.

 What is your favorite part about working at Blue Clover Studios?
My favorite part of working at Blue Clover Studios is the atmosphere. We all have fun while developing successful products.

 What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I have a passion for the outdoors. I enjoy hiking, hunting, fishing, playing soccer and basketball, and spelunking. I also play guitar and have recently found an interest in modifying my car.…

Our Approach


The What and Why…Breaking down the user, task, product, and brand provides fuel that will inspire new ideas. Through directional and observational analysis we empathize with the user to understand usage habits and pain points.


Idea Generation…Using research as inspiration we brainstorm and capture ideas that range from adaptive to disruptive, through concept sketching and storytelling. Our goal is to bring forward as many ideas as possible to be reviewed by a cross-functional team and narrow the scope of leading designs.


A First Glimpse…See your brand’s new image as ideas come to life through virtual modeling and photo-realistic rendering. Catch sight of reality as industrial design, engineering, and manufacturing collaboratively engage to ensure feasibility of manufacturing, product styling, and functionality.


Bring to Life…Design takes on physical form through our on-site model shop. Within hours we can fabricate tangible models by way of stereo-lithography, 3D printing, vacuum forming, laser cutting, foam sculpting and 2D digital printing.


Consumer Acceptance…We look for consumer feedback through our onsite focus group testing and usability labs. By placing 2D, 3D or prototype model deliverables in the hands of consumers we can discover which solutions best hit the target for future commercialization.

Why We’re Different

Faster speed to market

Because of Blue Clover Studios’ expertise in design and manufacturing we can help our clients get to market faster. Our design team is focused on finding the perfect blend of creativity and functionality that fits your packaging needs, while optimizing efficiencies in manufacturing and supply chain. Not only do we know design, we know manufacturing including production equipment and how they work, supply chain, shipping and logistics, and how packaging design and shape impacts each.

Full service offerings

Blue Clover Studios offers clients a holistic approach to package design because of our design approach and in-depth knowledge and experience working in the packaging industry. We offer everything our clients need to design and manufacture a package. With Blue Clover Studios you can conceptualize a package design, bring it to life in our model shop, test it with consumers, and even manufacture it in one of our affiliated facilities.

Deep industry knowledge

Because of our focus on the packaging industry, we offer our clients looking to create new packaging designs an extreme value through our design capabilities, competitive pricing, and manufacturing knowledge that streamlines the process. Our clients will leave with a manufacturable design to make production a reality since our roots are in packaging manufacturing and we know what it takes to efficiently and cost effectively manufacture a package.


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In The News: Designing Inspired Packages for the Masses

Check out this article in Brand Packaging magazine:
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Featured Designer: Liz Barrett

A new month means a new featured designer! This month we talked with Liz Barrett, a member of our industrial design team in the Client Brand
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Technology and Packaging

With the introduction of products like Amazon Dash, and the idea of products being delivered via drones, we are anticipating some changes in
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Featured Designer: Jordan French

We are extremely proud of the designers on our team, so we will be featuring different Blue Clover designer each month. This month’s feature
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In the news: Berry’s rebranded Blue Clover expands packaging design reach

Read the linked article to see what Plastics News has to say about the new Blue Clover Studios launch.
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Happy Holidays!

We are in the holiday spirit in the studio this week!  What says “I’m in holiday spirit” better than an ugly Christmas sweater day in the of
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No Shave November

We’ve been participating in No Shave November and wanted to share the results.  Our group consists of several guys, so part of us just want
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Our trip to Pack Expo

We’re back from several days at Pack Expo in Chicago.  For those that don’t know, Pack Expo is the biggest packaging show of the year and it
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The Studio

We wanted to give a peek into our world, a.k.a. ‘the studio,’ to our web visitors. Blue Clover has a pretty cool place to work – especially
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Introducing Blue Clover Studios

We have been working hard this year to introduce a new and improved studio for our clients. And, finally it’s time. As of November 1, 2014,
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Contact Us

Blue Clover Studios(855) 568-3200