Through the use of collaborative codesign-the process of creating products to fit a consumer’s exact personal specifications-firms can establish dialogues with their customers, help them express their needs, and identify specific products that fulfill those needs. In addition to their unique design and added value to consumers, codesigned green products promote environmental protection. This study shows that firms should codesign through green product innovations and that now is the time to do so rather than in the future. Using conjoint analysis, this study estimates the importance customers attach to different features of a green cell phone. The results reveal that consumers rate the modeling of the cell phone as the most important, followed by shell, battery, panel, monitor, lens, and fingerprint. In terms of recyclability/disposal function, panel was rated the highest, followed by battery, model, and fingerprint. Furthermore, consumers who place importance on conservation/reusability consider the shell the best feature, followed by panel and monitor. The results provide insights to product managers and suggest that they should consider using codesign in the design of green products for individual consumers, which in turn should decrease the risk of design failure and promote consumer loyalty toward and satisfaction with the product.