Amazing Xylophone Created in a Forest
What an amazing feat of design and engineering. A super long xylophone, created in the forest of Kyushu in Japan, runs down a hill and plays Bach’s Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. This was an ad for NTT Docomo’s new Touch Wood phone.
Business Design Toolkit
Our Design Led Innovation client consulting or facilitation sessions often involves a business…
The Real Difference Between iOS and Android Users.
How Industrial Design has Changed in the Last 10 Years?
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A great little video that accurately describes the changes the Industrial Design profession has gone through in the last 10 years. Notably how in the past a product’s form was largely driven by the engineering components…
Pointless to Treat the PC and Tablet as Separate Markets
The frame of tablets stealing PC market share might not make sense much longer. Even if it doesn’t soften the sting for fading makers of desktops and laptops, industry observers like Mikako Kitagawa, the Gartner analyst who worked on its report, are just…
Samsung’s Design Aesthetic is Minimal Organic
I don’t make this kind of stuff up. According to Surface Magazine Asia:
The new iOS 7 App Icon Grid comes from their product proportions? (by gruber)
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