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Introducing the Kicker Tea Tumbler

While we love the work that we do for clients at Kicker Studio, we also enjoy exploring technology through our own concept projects.  Last year we blogged the design process behind our tea project, and we recently made a video to explain our final concept….

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Six Questions from Kicker: Mike Kruzeniski

In honor of Device Design Day 2011, we’ve partnered with Core 77 to profile our exciting line up of speakers, and ask them our  Six Questions. For our third interview of the series, we’ve talked with Mike Kruzeniski, a Design Lead on the Windows Phone team at Microsoft….

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Six Questions from Kicker: Cori Schauer

In honor of Device Design Day 2011, we’ve partnered with Core 77 to profile our exciting line up of speakers, and ask them our  Six Questions. For our second interview of the series, we’ve talked with Cori Schauer, an ethnographer in the User Centered Technologies group at NASA…

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Six Questions from Kicker: Branko Lukic

In honor of Device Design Day 2011, we’ve partnered with Core 77 to profile our exciting line up of speakers, and ask them our  Six Questions. For our first interview of the series, we’ve talked with Branko Lukic, founder and Principal of NONOBJECT Studio. Branko is an…

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Industrial Design is Interaction Design

Here’s a whiskey glass by Kacper Hamilton * for Ballentine’s: A hole in a glass is often a prank. In this case, it is the core of the design: the shape of this glass practically insists the drinker unconsciously swirl the whiskey, which is how…

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Case Study: Yolink and The Future of Find

Yolink’s search technology makes information finding faster. Our relationship with TigerLogic’s yolink began as a quick design project, and grew into a strategic partnership, across a multi-platform product suite including web, desktop, and mobile find tools. TigerLogic came to us in 2009 with an early…

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Case Study: Artificial Muscle and Designing for Haptics

How can haptics (vibrotactile feedback) improve the experience of touchscreen products?

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Form is Part of Function

I’ve always been really bothered by the term ‘form and function’. It somehow implies that form is outside of function. As if they are two completely separate things. In fact, I think form and function have a relationship that is a lot more blurred. That in fact, form is part of function.

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Announcing Device Design Day 2011

We’re very pleased to announce the second Device Design Day, to be held August 5, in San Francisco.

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What Kicker Was Doing the Week Ending 2011-03-06

Humans are The Routers http://is.gd/cHu852 # The Year 2000 as Imagined in 1910 http://is.gd/PAbFCQ Whoa. # 18 #CMU student projects using the #Kinect and computer vision! http://bit.ly/htHCVL (via @golan) # Automakers: Don't skimp on the interface! http://is.gd/vTF9SR # Sentiment Analysis Gives Companies Insight Into Consumer…

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