Archive for Products We Like

The Pencil

An interface so easy even a toddler can use it. I do a lot of drawing. By this I mean to say I make very large drawings that require hours and hours¬≠, days and days, of focused energy with one particular instrument: the pencil. Spend…

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The Tactile Interface of Driving a Car

Tactile interface is not something new. We have instinctively built tools on that premise for thousands of years: tools made to fit and attract the human hand that can, and should, be operated without looking. We have traditionally produced tactile interface through mechanical means such…

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Videos from Device Design Day 2011

Kicker Studio marked our 3rd Anniversary on August 8, 2011. To celebrate, we hosted the Second Annual Device Design Day at the San Francisco Art Institute, Jody’s alma matter. It was a great success thanks to inspiring speakers and involved attendees. Couldn’t make it? Don’t…

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The 30 Most Influential Interactive Products: 10-1

The Top Ten Influential Interactive Products. Last in a series.

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The 30 Most Influential Interactive Products: 20-11

The most influential products series continues with numbers 20-11.

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The 30 Most Influential Interactive Products: 30-21

I’ve put together a list of the top 30 products whose interaction design has influenced and inspired designers, sometimes for decades. Here are numbers 30-21.

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Products Influencing Behaviors

I came across this urinal the other day at Huddart Park in Woodside, CA. I don’t have high expectations for public restrooms, so imagine my surprise when I came across this little gem, clearly designed with so much thought and humor.

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Products We Like: Sonos

Sonos is a multi-room music system that uses your wireless network to get the music from your computer to stereos and actual speakers all over your house.

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Products We Like: The Pocket

The next time you put your pocket PC or mobile device into your pocket, remember too that the pocket itself was once an innovative product.

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Integrating Tagging and Creation

I just saw the announcement for Samsung’s new ST10, a 9 mega pixel camera with haptic feedback and the ability to do facial recognition.

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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