With the C-UV400 tablet, professionals in the medical industry along with eyewear specialists can show their clients exactly how defended their eyes will be in any set of glasses. Sunscreenr previously made waves with a UV detection camera displays sunscreen coverage on skin. This technological foundation has been built upon to create the indoor detection technology that is now at work in the C-UV400. The 8” tablet is easy to transport and features intuitive operation making it fun and informative for clients and technicians alike.
How do you know when to finish adding features to a product? Minimalism in product design is very hard to achieve in large or small companies. How does one know where to draw the line between a blank slate and the visual clutter of feature creep and bloatware? I ask you to consider the tuxedo.
Survivorship Bias suggests that, minus outliers, things themselves statistically do not survive like we think they do. The Lindy Effect, however, seems to suggest that ideas don’t follow the natural laws of decay over time. If important enough, these ideas can survive the odds, perhaps even through periods of undulating popularity. Which takes us back to bike seats.
Trig recognizes that your creations represent who you are as a company and we don't take that responsibility lightly. We have the expertise in human-centered design to create the very best version of any item you can dream up, so long as we don't break any laws of physics.
“It is of utmost importance for me to ensure life is cherished, and to spend weekdays working on things that really matter, to improve health and happiness for all. And to spend my nights and weekends with loved ones, family, and good friends, enjoying all that life has to offer.” Human-centered design gives us the chance to provide the world with better choices than we had before, every day.
Iconopoly: A monopoly derived from creating an iconic brand and/or intellectual property around an iconic product. The term was coined by Trig to describe the unique value of industrial design in creating long term sustainable value for companies.
As a designer, the word holistic is something that resonates in my soul and is married with design. It is a way that we, as Industrial Designers, approach a product knowing that it is not an entity of itself. It is connected, to a human, other products, an environment, an emotion.
As designers we're constantly trying to improve people's lives by tailoring a product or system's function, appearance, and aura to perfectly suit them. Which is why Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are particularly intriguing to me. Cryotpocurrecies represent the redesign of an entire facet of the global economy: money.
Highlights from the 2018 Consumer Electronic Show. Virtual reality, augmented reality, and the related sensory stimulation devices are all trying to fool the human brain into experiencing something completely different. The technology is getting good enough that it is hovering in the creepy uncanny valley zone where the expected familiar reality is just a bit off.
Since 1968, Mattel has been releasing one of America's favorite toys: Hot Wheels. What many people don't know is the highly-detailed and labor-intensive process behind designing, and ultimately manufacturing, the 1:43 replicas of our favorite cars.
This book stitches together a complete design journey from beginning to end in a way that you’ve likely never seen before, guiding readers (you) step-by-step in a practical way from the initial spark of an idea all the way to scaling it into a better business.
The authors of the international bestseller Business Model Generation explain how to create value propositions customers can’t resist. The book will help you understand the patterns of great value propositions, get closer to customers, and avoid wasting time with ideas that won’t work.
Thinking, Fast and Slow, an international best seller written by Daniel Kahneman, a recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics. He offers applicable and informative understandings of how choices we make in business and our personal lives. He also explains we can implement new systems to protect against hiccups that tend to get human into precarious situations.
The most intelligent of us can sometimes feel inadequate when we struggle to determine whether to push, pull, or slide a door or figuring out which light switch controls a certain light. This amusing and astute analysis from cognitive scientist Donald A. Norman hails distinction in design as the vital key of gaining or regaining a competitive edge as you look to influence customer performance.
Most recognize the traits of accountability, bravery, empathy, morality, companionship, perseverance, and trust as fundamentals of what it means to have good character. The Book of Virtues is a book everyone can read and enjoy, and learn from, to benefit their ability to conduct their lives and business in a more empathetic manner.
Walter Isaacson interviewed Jobs more than forty times in a series of conversations that were carried out over a span of two years. Isaacson also spoke with over a hundred of Jobs’ relatives, friends, rivals, opponents, and coworkers.
Throughout his lifetime, Sapper was bestowed with several international design awards, in addition to the ten prestigious Compasso d'Oro honors he earned. The cross-generational conversations explore reoccurring themes that were constant throughout Sapper's work.
Esquire, Ford Motors, and The Obama Administration. Pretty Much Everything is a mid-career survey of the work of Draplin and he offersa comprehensive education for the burgeoning innovative generation of designers.
What would you be able to see if your dreams could comprise an expanse as vast as one billion light years? This is not so much a book on design, but instead an interesting project by some very important designers on the vastness and complexity of our world at any scale.
Through observing various parts of society from the outside such as buildings, the human body, or cars you can not typically learn much information about the internal makeups and functions of these pieces of society. The Velasco brothers have presented precious and rousing awareness of the history and concept of cutaway illustrations and subsequent photographic storytelling.