Most things can be bandaged and fixed with a roll of good old duct tape.
Category Archives: Street Hacks
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 →
The street is my favorite source of inspiration. In this case, I found a mate (=beverage) hack to attach yerba mate leaves, a thermos bottle with hot water and a freshly prepared gourd to some sort of vehicle used on a film set. In Argentina … Read More →
An office puncher hack, that was adopted by the production company and became a feature.
Things that stack: hats. Seen in Humahuaca. Other popular examples of stackability that you may be more familiar with include cups, dishes and pans.
Unlike software locking mechanisms, this hardware lock not only restricts the use of the phone to a specific country and network provider, it also dictates the location of use. As you guessed correctly, the precautions are intended to prevent theft of the devices. With the … Read More →
How do the shoe laces on the left feel compared to the ones on the right? Which are better? Why?
You really shouldn’t park here.
The extent to which objects can be re-used or re-cycled. The question why or when it is appropriate to do so. How does the way we bond with products influence our notion to re-use/re-cycle them? Can we design products that make re-usage and re-cycling desirable?