Monday, December 20, 2010
Monday, December 06, 2010
As part of its launch, Virgin’s first iPad-only magazine, Project, announced a contest to redesign the magazine’s animated cover.
Its slick interface has the media gushing so we decided to give it a go. There’s a diverse collection of content already featured in the Flud ecosystem. By Yanko Design
If you thought building 12 open-air, air-conditioned stadiums was hard, try shipping them abroad when you're done. And then try to explain why one of your top architects is called Albert Speer. By Co.Design
Levitra, the latest erectile-dysfunction pill on the market, is going hard on design. The brand’s parent company Bayer Healthcare has adopted new packaging that not only looks sexy but works precisely how you need it to.
Bridging the gap between eco tech and superyacht design, Netherlands-based designer Xiang Yu has developed a mega yacht that harnessing renewable energy offers a sustainable sail without compromising the style and comfort of the luxury yachts. By The Design Blog
Friday, December 03, 2010
The Android application from KDDI R&D Laboratories runs on a tablet and aggregates opinions on current TV shows from Twitter. Read the article here.
The design, by Erick van Egeraat, builds upon the bones of an old structure. By Suzanne Labarre
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Florida-based bike store Legacy has rolled out 10 custom-built Tron Light Cycles that featuring a steel frame and fiberglass bodywork look almost identical to each other. By The Design Blog
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Monday, November 29, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010
In recent past, social networking has emerged as a popular medium, especially among gen-next, to interact with friends and associates and discuss their day-to-day or business activities. By The Design Blog
The growing popularity of motorbikes among young auto enthusiasts has attracted the attention of big car makers as well as designers, looking to add luxury to the thrill of biking. By The Design Blog
Usually kids, or even tall people for that matter, have to struggle with standard drinking fountains, as they do not suit the height of every user, which often results in wastage of drinking water. By The Design Blog
With modern gadgets getting minute in size and big in function, contemporary designers seems to follow the catchword “small is the new big,” which is equally supported by latest advancements in technology. By The Design Blog
With the latest technological advancements, features and functions of mobile phones change more frequently than any other portable gadget available on the market, as we see something different and new in a cellphone every few days. By The Design Blog
Product design student Thomas Vu's Lunch Box concept features a dry-erase surface for doting moms and creative kids to scribble on. By Core77
Saturday, November 27, 2010
And is retro the way to go? By Suzanne Labarre
The Siemens Inspiro transit concept will bring sustainable engineering to Warsaw's metro system in 2012. By John Pavlus
This 13mm thick tablet-pc was developed in collaboration with Freescale (semiconductor) and Surface Ink (engineering company) It comes with a matching USB,HDMI and power docking station, which also works as a portrait stand. By Mika Becktor
Ever watch a child build a sandcastle at the beach, or a group of kids tackle a pile of LEGOs only to create an entire city in less than an hour? Children are born with an innate ability to design things out of thin air. What happens by the time we reach adulthood? Where does all that talent go? By The ZurBlog
See the Marshmallow Challenge transcript here.
Document Extractor – Combi Monitor is a screen that doubles up as a printer as well. Why? Because you need precious space on your desk to put other stuff! You need to have cool tech devices that put stacks of printer paper hidden away from view! You need to boast of uber cool monitors just cause you don’t own a 27” iMac! That’s why! By Yanko Design
The maestro, Leoanardo Da Vinci, illuminates the beauty of simplicity in art and graphic design through such brilliant words. By Graphic Design Blog
Let’s start off with a simple question…what differentiates a brand from a product? Any idea? Or better don’t bother thinking because whatever you say will be CORRECT! By Famous Brands
Friday, November 19, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
At Emotive Brand our goal is to make brands truly meaningful through emotive branding. Emotive branding is about transforming the way a brand reaches out to people and the way people respond back to that brand. The key is meaning. Read the rest of the article here.
The message is now free from the medium. By Designs Sojourn
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
The “MoVete” by Argentine designers Natalia Portugal and Sara Aletta de Sylvas is a personal mobility device for people of all ages that running for compact wheels provides stability to the rider. By Naresh Chauhan
Proposed for the dense urban area of the San Lorenza neighborhood of Rome, the “Soundscape Tower” is a series three modern towers that blending the past with present and history with modernity adds significance to the rich culture and heritage of the “once walled-in old city.” By Naresh Chauhan