MIT Institute of Design
Jabin Mora
Associate Prof. Jabin Mora
Product Design
Jabin Mora is a professional Product Designer who has coordinated projects and initiatives related with the trade marketing and retail industry in collaboration with important brands; to name a few are P&G, Nestlé, L'Oreal, Henkel, among others and recognized companies such as Legget & Platt Display Group Mexico, and CREAVISA in Monterrey.
Since 2007, he has been working in product design projects in diverse areas such as packaging, medical equipment, consumer products and special projects mostly in collaboration with COREDESIGN - product and industrial design firm based in Puebla, Mexico.
In 2010, he was in-charge of launching the BA Industrial Design programme for the first time in the Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla campus in Mexico.

He has served as H.O.D. of Industrial Design at Iberoamericana University campus Puebla for almost 7 years, establishing links with prestigious international design schools and universities to provide students exchanges programs opportunities. These schools include: Pratt Institute in New York, NID and MIT in India and Domus Academy and NABA in Italy.

As a Design Consultant, in partnership with the strategic design firm Brodmann -, he was responsible for integrating design thinking processes into companies from different sectors (medical, food, technology, services, among others).

Before to work at MIT ID, he was in-charge of the Strategic Projects office at the Innovation and Design Commission of Puebla, Mexico, an Executive Office of the Puebla government responsible for promoting the value of design in the social, economic and cultural spheres in the region.

At the same time, he works as a collaborator in BESIGN MEXICO, a platform to promote the creative industries in Mexico, - -

Throughout his career, he has developed awareness to identify the needs of the clients with whom he has worked, as well as consumers and users, and he also has a passion for design that transforms and improves the environment of people.