Inventor of Peepsnake


Susan Bee Walker inventor Peepsnake

All about the Mud  It was a chilly fall day and I found myself running up and down the soccer field juggling my iPhone, keys, and lip balm. I was trying to capture a picture of my four year-old playing in a game, and I dropped everything in the mud. My precious phone that holds all my contacts, calendar, and lots of photos of my three boys. I thought there has to be a better way– How to look cute and carry all my items without lugging a purse, and avoiding “phone butt” in a pair of jeans? 

Accidental Inventor  Moving along, raising and organizing kids, and devoted to my iPhone to keep it all going, I spent the winter altering my accessories to fit into my touchscreen lifestyle. I began cutting and sewing, and this coming from someone who barely knew how to sew on a button. Serendipitously, my husband said, “You do realize this is how new products are born? If you have a problem, chances are other people share the same problem.” In between carpooling and casseroles, I hadn’t thought of that.

Intentional Entrepreneur  Susan Bee Walker was a stay-at-home mom for thirteen years before muddy drop. She is a graphic designer by trade, and an "inventor and entrepreneur by observation and hard work". This girl does not leave home without lipstick, earrings, and…of course, her iPhone.

Susan Bee Walker, inventor of Peepsnake
Beyond any Doubt  After years and thousands of hours of research and development, prototype sewing, product and market testing, patent-writing, trademarking, and manufacturing, we are thrilled to celebrate the creation and evolution of the touch-wearables brand Peepsnake with The Smartphone Scarf.