Board member since 2004

Tim Mott is a serial entrepeneur and private venture capital investor. Currently he is executive chairman of Flixlab, a start-up company that "makes video social."

Previously Mott cofounded Electronic Arts, Macromedia, Audible, and All Covered and held a variety of executive or board positions, or both, at each of those companies. While at Xerox PARC in the 1970s, he was one of the first persons to apply rigorous user testing to the design of user interfaces.

Mott also has served on several nonprofit boards, including those of Sun Valley Community School, Dia Art Foundation, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Technoserve, San Francisco Film Society, and ODC.

Mott earned his BSc (with honors) from Manchester University, England, and now lives in Sonoma and Ketchum.

Mott is interviewed in the first chapter, titled "The Mouse and the Desktop," of Designing Interactions by Bill Moggridge.