I’m not sure if it’s the cool blue color or the neatly framed design, but there’s something oddly satisfying about the Fangyuan Keyboard that makes you just want to push those buttons! Aside from being nice to look at, it also introduces additional functionality. A programmable dial gives the user a new way to adjust volume or brightness. An integrated dock makes room for a smartphone or tablet to be propped up at the perfect viewing angle
In all the desk designs I’ve seen over the years, this is a first for me! It’s called ‘Ascend’ and it’s been created for all the cat ladies and fellas out there.
If you’re struggling to pick a great gift for a DIY enthusiast, or perhaps for secret Santa, the HexFlex MultiTool is just about the best way to go.
Patterns in nature are usually a result of two processes. Diffusion and Reaction
Toraxe is an axe like no other! Heavily driven by the principle of fluidity of form, the handle carries a visually striking form that couldn’t be further away from the conventional handle that it replaced; as striking as this is, it also offers safety benefits to the user too. The handguard, that gently merges into the blade-housing, protects the user’s hand whilst simultaneously keeping it in an ergonomic position
Designed with clever assists from London-based design firm Little Voice, the Leica FOTOS app elevates the brand’s lux digital camera lineup to a whole ‘nother level. The all-new companion application gives Leica users the ability to transition seamlessly between and mobile device. The digital design of the app takes a no-frills, intentional approach to integration with any of the brand’s 9 camera systems and uses a straightforward, intuitive UI with a few familiar design elements from Leica’s signature look.
The latest from the clever minds at MZPA design studio comes this creative coat hanger by the name of Hilka (Ukranian for ‘branch’).
A growing population of elderly individuals is a modern issue designers are just beginning to address. As more people grow old and dependent on alternative mobilities like wheelchairs, so does the need to keep individuals connected with their families. That’s the idea behind the “Connected” wheelchair
The process of designing a product as commonplace as a bag can be quite a challenging one.
If only Wi-fi routers looked as pretty as JeongHwan Sohn’s Kinetic Wi-fi router! Designed to look less like an internet-signal-transmitting-box and more like the sort of sculpture you’d keep on your mantelpiece or desk purely for decorative purposes, the Kinetic Wi-fi router comes with multiple swiveling antennae that rotate on their own individual axes, like a kinetic desktop installation. This movement, apart from being visually captivating, also has a functional purpose. The swiveling antennae indicate if the modem is connected to the internet