I appreciate industrial designers a lot, especially those who innovate, who bring on the market something that's outrageously awesome and which takes it to the next level, creating a landmark for young designers to guide on and to try ...
The iPod, which celebrated its 10th birthday on Sunday, may not have been the first portable music player, or even the first to play digital music files. But it's the one that everyone remembers, and will go down in history as one of the most significant technology launches of the 21st century.
Nature or nurture? Inventiveness relies on both. A vibrant economy built on the export of new technology must have inventive companies and institutions at its heart, but also encourage the people who develop the ideas; we need more engineers. Ideas create wealth, and the intellectual property they develop not only improves lives, but will also power us out of recession.
User-friendliness is the inevitable result of a smart design approach, not the starting point. Here are three criteria to help you develop a useful design brief that will ultimately yield a great product.
Many new inventions are brought to life each year, some are successful and hit the marketplace while others prove the old adage “if you build it they will come” – does not always hold true. Looking back on 2011, various inventors realized their dream and turned their napkin sketch idea into physical products
The design is now called Solid Gray, and the first series was recently launched at the october 2011 Dutch Design Week. The first series comes in a glossy white finish. Each backpack has its own unique serial number, with the first run comprising 90 pieces. Solid Gray has a 119 euro introductory price, and is available worldwide via www.solid-gray.com
The Knockout (KO) is a new hardcore way to get your buzz that lets you chug a beer and smoke a water pipe smoothly.
Design 1st's insight:
In Summer 2012, a trio of young Ottawa engineers came to the Design 1st office with a unconventional product idea to say the least.
Basically it allows the absorption of beer and "tabacco" smoke quicker, easier and smoother than ever before. Named the "Knockout" this baby packs a punch and was recently awarded the Innovation in Engineering Award by none other than "Snoop Dogg" at the first annual 2013 Munchie Awards.
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