User Research by Zach Hastings at Coroflot.com .

User Research by Zach Hastings at Coroflot.com .

wow on Behance

wow on Behance

This Food Processor by Dustin Lee shakes things up. For starters, it’s upside down. Well, literally! The motor’s been made lightweight, and has been shifted to the top of the device, allowing it to integrate completely with the device’s form, and moreover, it is a whole lot safer, since you’d have to detach the motor/lid to access the food compartment, there’s no way the blade will be spinning when you do. #Food #Processor #Kitchen #YankoDesign

This Food Processor by Dustin Lee shakes things up. For starters, it’s upside down. Well, literally! The motor’s been made lightweight, and has been shifted to the top of the device, allowing it to integrate completely with the device’s form, and moreover, it is a whole lot safer, since you’d have to detach the motor/lid to access the food compartment, there’s no way the blade will be spinning when you do. #Food #Processor #Kitchen #YankoDesign

Aro – Air Purifier by Giuk Choi - Aro features mood lights and aroma dispensing based on the moods of the people in the room. To achieve this, it incorporates voice recognition system that senses the mood and tone of the voice of the people. | Yanko Design

Aro – Air Purifier by Giuk Choi - Aro features mood lights and aroma dispensing based on the moods of the people in the room. To achieve this, it incorporates voice recognition system that senses the mood and tone of the voice of the people. | Yanko Design

Zero – Foam Cleanser Bottle Design by Yongwoo Shim » Yanko Design

Zero – Foam Cleanser Bottle Design by Yongwoo Shim » Yanko Design

frog Industrial Designer Ara Arcle on a recent episode of whiteboard sketching. "It was a late night sketch session and we were hitting a bit of a creative block and decided to go to the whiteboard. With paper and pen, designers can tend to get a bit too detailed with design. But the nice thing about the whiteboard -- with its size and thick lineweights -- the sketches become much more broad, expressive, and gestural. Multiple people can sketch.

frog Industrial Designer Ara Arcle on a recent episode of whiteboard sketching. "It was a late night sketch session and we were hitting a bit of a creative block and decided to go to the whiteboard. With paper and pen, designers can tend to get a bit too detailed with design. But the nice thing about the whiteboard -- with its size and thick lineweights -- the sketches become much more broad, expressive, and gestural. Multiple people can sketch.

TABLE / POOL TABLE SKETCHES WIP - 2014 by Marc TRAN, via Behance

TABLE / POOL TABLE SKETCHES WIP - 2014 by Marc TRAN, via Behance

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