Rolodex

The Rolodex is a desktop card file system. In the 1940s, Arnold Neustadter’s Company Zephyr American produced the Autodesk, a standard address case the size of an envelope which opened at whichever letter the user chose. In today’s world of smartphones, the original desktop rotary card file did it’s bit manually. ThereRead More →

Zeiss-Werk, Jena, East Germany (DDR). Werra I camera. c. 1955ā€“60

Although designers, critics, theorists, and historians have offered countless definitions of ‘good design for centuries. A particular concept of the term emerged at the end of World War 2 that was opposed to superfluous styling to increase sales. In many ways, it can be seen as the latter stage ofRead More →

Goodgrip peeler by Tucker Viemeister

Tucker Viemeister is an American product designer. He was born in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He was professionally active in New York and was the son of industrial designer Read Viemeister. Education Tucker Viemeister graduated from Yellow Springs High School in 1966, went to two different colleges. He ended up studyingRead More →

Johnson Chou, a graduate of the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, was employed during his internship and in the mid-nineties at several architectural firms; however, he deviated briefly from his professional direction to pursue the visual arts. He co-founded Archive Inc in 1996. Gallery & Art Library in theRead More →

Product Design has undergone quite some change in the years gone by. From being a highly physical design field to being adapted for the digital world, there has been an evolution that incorporated product design into our everyday life quite seamlessly. Source: Five major trends shaping Product DesignRead More →