#Product Design

Anemia-Focused Health Wearables

'Hans Ramzan,' the industrial product design company, has launched 'Dip,' a femtech wearable that tracks metrics related to anemia. The Dip is worn as a wristband where the main module is inserted into an adjustable, customizable strap so that any woman can comfortably wear it. The Dip then synchronizes with its associated mobile application to deliver comprehensive data on the wearer, such as hemoglobin, blood-oxygen levels, or heart rate.
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Gilbertsville Manufacturer Wins Global Certification

GILBERTSVILLE PA – Products produced by Penflex Corporation, the Gilbertsville-based manufacturer of flexible metal hose and braid, metal bellows, and expansion joints, have earned a valuable industrial certification from a global organization that sets and verifies design and safety standards for marine and offshore operations. The American Bureau of Shipping,...
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Mercedes-Benz pays tribute to Virgil Abloh with the showcase of Project MAYBACH at the Rubell Museum.. For just two select days students from local design schools were able to admire the collaborative car. A humble contribution to Virgil’s vast legacy, the Mercedes-Maybach show car exemplifies the possibilities of future design and is the result of an on-going co-operation with the polymath artist, architect, creative director, fashion designer and philanthropist; driven by a shared passion to enrich the conversation around luxury design..
Interior Design

Design Miami/ 2021 Spotlights Socially Conscious Designs

While Art Basel Miami Beach anchored Miami’s boasting week of art, design and fashion last week, Design Miami/, right across the street at the Pride Park, determined the busy calendar’s design trajectory. With the return of the in-person affairs, the fair’s 17th iteration did justice to the missed interactions and dialogues around design today.


From the beginning, the Varsity Headwear business has been focused on perfecting the premium fit and feel of it caps combined with the very best in quality fabrics. Relentless in the pursuit of this mission, the team has developed beautifully made, quality caps to meet the demands of customers that stand the test of time as a more considered purchase.

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Creating a Visual Language for Innovative Products

How good designers master the tools of shape, color and movement to build solid user interfaces - and great ones use them to develop products that become the industry standards of tomorrow.

How Custom Beauty Brands Are Shaping A More Accessible Industry

When I was 20 years old I was involved in a Vespa crash. My left arm took the impact and wound up paralyzed from the elbow to the fingertips. Now, I rely on my right arm, a lot of patience, and some creative adaptations to do literally everything. I've always loved makeup, and I still do post-accident, but I’ve come to love it in a different way. It’s not always a lot of fun playing with makeup because it involves a lot of feuds between my one hand and the products, so the enjoyment isn’t so much in the application process, but in the product discovery. I’ve found that customizable beauty products introduce not only an a more accessible component, but also provide a different, hopeful energy.

Is It Finally Time to Forget About Trends In Interior Design?

All-white kitchens? Been there. Pampas grass? Done that. And that barely scratches the surface when it comes to home trends. Whether you went all-in on farmhouse everything after too many episodes of Fixer Upper or leaned into a minimalist aesthetic after pinning moody Scandinavian spaces in the mid-aughts, no one is entirely safe from what's trending.

The A+List: 161 Architecture and Design Firms to Watch

Architizer’s global architectural awards program, the 10th Annual A+Awards, is now accepting submissions, with a Main Entry Deadline of December 17th this year. As well as celebrating some of the most innovative, recently-completed projects around the globe, the A+Awards also serves as an incredible indicator for which designers will be at the forefront of innovation in the coming year.

IVECO T-WAY wins prestigious German Design Award

The German Design Council has named the IVECO T-WAY “Excellent Product Design” Winner in the Utility Vehicles category. Engineered for robustness and reliability in the most extreme off-road missions, it is the toughest truck in the brand’s heavy range and features key design elements that are evocative of the new IVECO WAY heavy range and the brand’s DNA.

FCC Bolsters Leadership Roster with Leading Blockchain Developers and Product Managers

First Carbon Corp., a next generation technology platform focused on democratizing tokenized access to carbon credits and ESG solutions, has accelerated its blockchain and smart contract development capabilities, as well as bolstered its executive team via the addition of key personnel. The Company has also enhanced its product management and business development competencies resulting in expedited commercialization timelines for its minting platform (MintCarbon).
Electronic Engineering Times

The Semiconductor Shortage is Already Changing Product Design—for the Better

Price increases, technology advancements, and inevitable supply chain disruptions will bring sweeping long-term changes to the semiconductor industry. One year on, how have manufacturers adapted to the ongoing components shortage? What’s the outlook in 2022? What strategies would help improve the resilience of manufacturers’ supply chains? These and more in this month’s In Focus series.

Inside CEAT’s tire design process

The R&D experts at CEAT reveal the extensive processes they go through when designing the look of a new tire. Designing tires for various automobile applications centers around three major aspects: geometry design for meeting specific target performance; aesthetic design for visual appeal; and design for manufacturing and assembly. This article explores a design tool referred to as Semantics, and its application for improving tire aesthetics. Semantics is a scientific approach to designing a product that communicates information on customer requirements, and that aims to improve the customer’s overall experience of using the product. CEAT has adapted Semantics for use as a tool for tire design for passenger car, two/three-wheeler and commercial tire applications.

Here’s the winners of the LIT Lighting Design Awards 2021

Farmani Group and 3C Awards are pleased to formally announce the winners of the 5th Edition of the LIT Lighting Design Awards, the Lifetime Achievement prize and spotlight recipients. The LIT Lighting Design Awards was created five years ago to recognize the efforts of talented international lighting product designers and...

Norwegian Certification Body DNV Reviews GoodWe Favourably

DNV (Det Norske Veritas), a Norwegian independent testing and technical advisory provider, has issued a review report of GoodWe for its MT and HT series inverter technology and reliability, viewing the company as a well-established manufacturer of power conversion products with a successful history in design and manufacturing. The report...