Chained and decapitated.
Category Archives: Design
Most things can be bandaged and fixed with a roll of good old duct tape.
A typical Chinese “Welcome” door mat in the picture below and a branded interpretation by frog design in their Jing’An district Shanghai studio in the picture above. Zàijiàn China, until next time.
Roman solved the self-knotting-headphone-cable-problem. Yes, I am using it wrongly … a little counter-intuitive at first :)
You sometimes go to (underground) hacker spaces and instead of in cubicles you work in hip co-working spaces? Well, guess what, there’s a new kid on the block and it’s making friends really, really fast. Enter FabLabs. FabLabs are all about making (physical) stuff. With … Read More →
Textures and color palettes in Suzhou, China.
His name is “Blinky” and he’s from Pac-Man.
A smile in the mind and a recommended read.
The curious observer sees the pattern and asks: What does it tell me about the kind of applications this phone is running? What does it say about its user? What does all that mean for the development of mobile phones and/or apps? For further reference … Read More →
Today I used the MMS mobile ticket service of Switzerland’s railroad SBB. When you buy a ticket through the online booking system, SBB sends you an e-ticket as an MMS to your mobile phone. So far, so good. On the train the ticket collector has … Read More →
Old school single purpose devices and their allure. It’s about quality, not about quantity. Where did we go wrong?
Not in here. The street: office and source of inspiration for the rest of us. A convergence of people, places and (increasingly also) technology. On the road again for the next couple of days. Time off the grid. See you on the other side.
Different bundles in different markets in different countries. What makes a bundle a good bundle? A successful bundle? From the business perspective? From the user’s perspective? It’s a fine line, indeed.
A broken process flow worked…around.
Samsung took the time to decode the experience of taking a picture of yourself. Their answer? Dual LCDs.