By  on May 27, 2005

NEW YORK — The idiosyncrasies of everyday life don’t infuriate Yves Behar, they inspire him.

Whether it be the challenge of having a cell phone conversation in a noisy public place or how a cereal box’s defective flap can cause family squabbles each morning, the Swiss-born industrial designer is energized by the way people do things, especially when they use products in unintended ways.

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