As Principal Designer at Fisher-Price, Don Stucke combines his unabashed creativity with a methodical design approach working on some of the brand’s most complex playthings.
Stucke has spent the majority of his 15-year career at Fisher-Price designing toys at the intersection of physical and digital play. He thrives when designing products like the award-winning Think & Learn Code-a-pillar because he loves solving the puzzle of making technology seamless to children.
Prior to joining Fisher-Price, Stucke worked at Corning Incorporated, designing housewares, chainsaws and lawn mowers. His career has yet to come full circle to work on the iconic Fisher-Price Bubble Mower.
Stucke lives in East Aurora, N.Y. with his wife Barbara and daughters Phoebe and Leah. When he’s not “making” at work, he’s a maker at home, building a boat and restoring a vintage trailer for cross-country road trips with his family.