The design world lost a luminary when IDEO co-founder Bill Moggridge passed away over the weekend. Best known for inventing the clam-shell fold of the laptop computer, Moggridge pioneered interactive design throughout his career. He most recently served as director of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (I spoke with him about taking that post a few years ago: Newsmaker: Bill Moggridge).
The Cooper-Hewitt produced the video below as part of a tribute on its site: Remembering Bill
Moggridge's Compass computer for GRiD Systems gave form to the contemporary laptop.