Prior literature indicated that strategic response and design of artifact were the two main approaches to examine how innovators respond opposing institutional forces strategically in order to promote innovations. The gap in literature was to neglect to examine the responding process in the perspectives of artifact designing. Therefore, this study aims to clarify how innovators respond to institutional forces by the robust design of artifacts. The study investigates the institutional context and the selected case in Taiwanese educational field. The study employs the qualitative case method to conduct the data collection, analysis and interpretation. The findings show that there are two robust design strategies embedded in the artifacts and employed by the case to resolve the institutional forces artfully.