this week—a focus on one product, developed by Oriko Designbüro in Germany. A digital map of a city is translated into a tactile experience, allowing a blind user to get information about the immediate environment. Also, by pushing down the buttons, various acoustic information adds further detail to what’s around.
I think this product is a/super beautiful, and b/super intelligent and c/clearly identifies why design thinking is necessary across the board.
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I am really digging these super sleek wooden clocks from Hong Kong based company Homeloo. They are so simple and sexy!
Um, downloadable patterns to have and wear your very own bangin’ paper bangle? Yes, please. Oh, and it’s FREEEEEEEE!!!???!
Goncalo would rather say, “to be printed, assembled and after use, it can be disposed of with no regret.” Yeah, a little less tacky than “free” but I’m a sucker for a bargain!
Found via PSFK.
I covet swanky office supplies in general but next to calendars, I LOVE calculators. Which is ironic because I failed Math-Course II, uh, more than once. (I was a rebel). Check this sexy thing out:
From David Turpin.
Erik Nohlin designs some badass bicycles. I’m not a huge enthusiast or anything, but even I can tell these are some stylish rides. I also really like seeing his concept/blueprint sketches.
Look at that science! Maybe I should add some superfluos blueprints behind all of my logo marks.