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New Samsung design in the works, codenamed “Design 3.0″

by George Iosifidis Today, a very important meeting about Samsung’s new design strategy, codenamed “Design 3.0″, held at Samsung HQ in Seoul, Korea. The meeting consisted of high-level executives, including top managers Yoon Boo-keun and Shin Jong-kyun, reports The Korean Herald. The meeting was held mainly to discuss Samsung’s new design strategy for future products and in this meeting the Samsung Design 3.0 […] 30 May 2013 at 07:08 pm

Is this how the iPhone 6, iPhone mini and the phablet will look like?

by Ioulios Kongkika Although the iPhone 5 was released only a few months ago, we already have information (without anything being certain yet) that Apple considers releasing an iPhone mini, also that is currently preparing the next iPhone (probably the iPhone 5s) but also that Apple is following the latest trend of making phablets, something between mobile phones […] 28 February 2013 at 04:15 pm

Will the new Nokia phones look like this?

by Ioulios Kongkika Nokia filed a request for securing a new design in any of its future phones. The plan filed according LiveSide is this: If this seems a little hard to imagine how a smartphone with a design like this would look like, just watch the video below which have been leaked since August 2011. Back then, […] 8 February 2013 at 09:38 pm

Rules of phone etiquette with pictures

by Dimitrios Thomadakis As time goes by, so do we forget about good manners that should rule the use of a mobile phone. Are they real? Of course they are, as much as we tend not to mind them, contrary to common sense. Maybe Ted Slampyak’s pictures, styled after ‘50s propaganda posters, will remind these simple things to […] 11 January 2013 at 08:10 pm

The black and white photos of Joel Tjintjelaar

by Christine Kitsati Joel Tjintjelaar loves black and white photography and you may be able to tell without reading any details on his bio. In any case you should know that he has studied criminal law and has always dreamt of becoming an architect. He managed to partially fulfill his dream through photography though… Inspired by Gehry and […] 11 January 2013 at 05:52 pm

This is an invisible umbrella. The ultimate gadget against rain.

by Dimitrios Thomadakis Imagine using the air to protect you from the rain. Imagine walking down the street, through the rain, holding only a stick, while the water falling from the sky lands around you, and not on you. This is a concept by industrial designers Je Sung Park and Woo Jung Kwon, who thought of the invisible […] 3 December 2012 at 09:07 pm

Yo! Home: it’s not a stage set, it’s a house you won’t believe can exist.

by Dimitrios Thomadakis Inspired by stage sets used in theater plays, Yo! Home is the most special residence you could ever imagine. In essence, it’s an alternative philosophy about what an urban apartment could be like, taking better advantage of space than you are used to, with rooms that can be “hidden” when not used. The most special […] 5 October 2012 at 08:35 pm

The best wall-mount clock (for some of us)

by Dimitrios Thomadakis There are people who are precise at everything they do. Something like detective Monk. They align silverware on the table with a ruler, and the thermostat is their house is locked at 21 degrees Celsius. The same people have estimated to the second, how much time they need to make the distance to their next […] 29 September 2012 at 10:24 pm

Bill Moggridge: the man who invented the laptop, died at 69

by Dimitrios Thomadakis The Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt national design museum announced that its director, British descending Bill Moggridge, lost the battle with cancer last Saturday, at the age of 69. A professional industrial designer, Moggridge was the man who designed the Grid Compass in 1982, a computer with a screen that folded on the keyboard. Yes, he is […] 11 September 2012 at 11:10 pm

The ideal workplace is Google’s HQ in London

by Dimitrios Thomadakis One of the most prominent architecture and interior decorating in Europe, called Penson, took on the design of Google’s new HQ in London, located in the Central Saint Giles complex by Italian architect Renzo Piano, in the british capital’s downtown area. The american company’s facilities take up nearly 15 square meters, featuring spaces that makes […] 26 August 2012 at 01:24 pm