Sunday, February 14, 2010
Hybrid cycles have been around but they rarely take into consideration the elements. This makes their usage restrictive to fair weather. Slotting itself into the “commuter vehicle” bracket, the Emcycle tries to overcome this limitation by including a roof and Velcro-detachable side panels.
What a well-designed and choreographed TV ad that tells a meaningful, heartwarming and simple story by just showing us enough information and getting us to fill in the rest.
In 2005 a new company named KOR Water founded by Eric Barnes and Paul Shustak handed their dream down to Sawhney’s team: It was an idea called “Water ReDesigned,” and their hope was that they could get people to stop using plastic water bottles by changing the way people drank water. By Alissa Walker
Introducing the Sanya City of Hainan Province in China as an international tourism destination, Beijing-based MAD Architects has developed an island surrounded by the sea that will be connected by a 395-meter-long bridge with the main island. By Naresh Chauhan
Slated to be inaugurated in 2013, the new building for the University of Southern Denmark by Henning Larsen Architects provides a study and work environment to the students and employees. By Naresh Chauhan
Saturday, February 13, 2010
The perfect infography must synthetize complex information in a simple visual representation, which is not easy. The following examples take information architecture to another level by making it beautiful. By Mirko
There is no shortage of companies that follow popular design trends to appeal to a mass market. Much more rare is the breed of company that actually sets design trends. A company that occupies the top of the design food chain: Apple. By Joshua Johnson
From pen and paper to typewriters we traveled onward to keyboards and input devices, and now further onward to touchscreens. But what's after the touchscreen? What new interface will Apple or its challengers be generating buzz about in five or ten years?
Thursday, February 11, 2010
If you are into mobiles, gadgets and all the latest tech going on out there (especially Android), it’s almost inevitable you didn’t notice these series of short films, that came out lately, documenting the making of Nexus One. By Elephant Squared
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Saturday, February 06, 2010
Thursday, February 04, 2010
Yes, it's a tablet. Yes, it looks like a really big iPhone. Yes, it's slim. Yes, it's super light. Yes, it has 10 hours of battery life. And yes it can be used as an ereader. It even comes with a new iBook store. By Thomas Baekdal
Does Amazon have an exciting plan for Kindle 3? It's been keeping totally quiet about the next-gen e-reader, but rumors and leaks have started sprouting that suggest good things are on the way. But how could Kindle 3 be made awesome? By Kit Eaton