Archive for Case Studies

How To Talk About Your Work When You Can’t Talk About Your Work

As a small studio, we are lucky to be able to do really interesting projects for high-profile clients. Often the most exciting work do for our clients falls under a non-disclosure agreement, meaning we cannot publicize the work or talk about our involvement. That’s okay…

Continue reading →

Volunteerism & Design

Sometimes giving of yourself is the best way to understand others. For our most recent project, we’ve embraced volunteerism as a way to get to design concepts. A big player in the tech world recently challenged Kicker Studio to design around women in Third World…

Continue reading →

Our Latest Project Unveiled at CES

We are excited to give you a sneak peek at our latest project, a gesture-controlled movie browser platform developed with Omek Interactive for Jinni, a movie genome company, which will be debuting at CES on January 10, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. When Omek approached…

Continue reading →

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….

Continue reading →

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…

Continue reading →

Case Study: Artificial Muscle and Designing for Haptics

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

Continue reading →

Case Study: Gestural Entertainment Center for Canesta

In Fall 2008, Canesta approached Kicker Studio to create a demonstration of their latest camera technology for the Consumer Electronics Show 2009. The prototype was to be of an entertainment center controlled by gestures alone, and powered, of course, by a Canesta camera.

Continue reading →

 
New blog post: Eyes on the Road! Or why my car should NOT be a giant smartphone on wheels: http://t.co/O4Z8OJ3N6S4 hours ago