Alert Labs welcomes Chris Kirby, Director of Product Design

by Ruth Casselman March 28, 2016

Alert Labs welcomes Chris Kirby, Director of Product Design

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada - March 28, 2016 – Alert Labs is thrilled to welcome Chris Kirby to the team as the Director of Product Design.  

Chris brings his vast experience in mechanical engineering, product development and design to Alert Labs, along with the unique ability to bridge the gap between user experience, artistry and function. With a Master of Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelor of Industrial Design, his education combined with his experience will position Alert Labs competitively in the smart home space. Chris’ experience and background is ideal for Alert Labs with a focus on perfecting functional, integrated home safety and protection products.

George Tsintzouras, President of Alert Labs, shares, "Chris' ability to integrate art and science has earned my respect and my envy. He creates beauty and functionality in everything he touches. We are thrilled to have him leading product design at Alert Labs."

When Chris isn’t dreaming of the latest product innovation for Alert Labs, he enjoys hiking, biking and traveling; always aiming to learn and participate in new experiences.

Learn more about the Alert Lab team here.





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