Portable Standing Desk

This article was filed under the category: Consumer Goods . Click here to read related business ideas in this category. FollowMe Lamp I fell in love with the FollowMe lamp, designed by Inma Bermúdez for Marset. Portable and compact, it can be taken anywhere inside and outside of your house/apartment. Perfect for small spaces, kids’ […]

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Design Week Portland: Sweet Student Work at U of O

Events Portland is a solidly 2D town. We do great graphics, our branding is beautiful, and the interactive design coming out of here is innovative and interesting. Which is really lovely… but leaves us a little lacking in the physical department. Traditional crafts are on the rise, but where are the really interesting product design […]

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At pop-up restaurant, customers wash the dishes instead of paying

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but we’re increasingly seeing businesses offer their service in exchange for other forms of currency than plain old cash. We recently wrote about several NYC gyms that are using work-trade programs to enable volunteers to get free workout sessions. Now a French washing liquid brand has created […]

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Smart Sunglasses Find Themselves

Future technology has promised us solutions to many of our most important problems: cheap and clean energy, more nutritious food, cures for many diseases, communication to drive science and technology…but a new product from Tzukuri of Australia promises to solve an even more important issue: Losing those pesky sunglasses. Old sunglasses never die. They just […]

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Brew Blue Bottle Coffee Anywhere with Timbuk2 Satchel

Devotees of a certain, particularly high-quality brew can now roam free: two San Francisco-based companies have joined forces to satisfy even the most demanding coffee-lover on the go. Blue Bottle Coffee and messenger bar-maker Timbuk2 have teamed up to tackle the age-old problem of finding boutique coffee when touring with one’s band, doing a cross-country […]

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New Jewelry Fad: Innovative Exhibit Evokes Out of Body Experiences

An innovative and unexpected jewelry fad may well be on the horizon since the recent exhibition of Daniel Ramos Obregon, a Columbian-born, London-based designer and fashion artist who is a recent graduate of the renowned MA Fashion Artefact at London College of Fashion, UAL. He did his BA in Design with emphasis in Communication Design […]

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Change the Way Shoes Are Made Forever as a 3D Footwear Engineer with Feetz

Jobs In Chattanooga, TN, Feetz is challenging the most basic elements of the footwear industry. Mass Manufacturing is dead. Mass Customization is the future. They combine 3D design, computer vision, biomechanics, additive manufacturing / 3d printing, robotics, and material science in ways that will make you go “WOW”. Feetz is also seeking the entrepreneurial game […]

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Connecting Entrepreneurs with the Resources to Scale

If the maker movement is all about democratizing manufacturing, then it would be a good thing to have the leader of the world’s most powerful democracy jump on the band wagon. And so he has. At the first ever White House Maker Faire this year, President Barack Obama famously proclaimed: “Today’s DIY is tomorrow’s ‘Made […]

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In-Store Tailor Enlarges Pants Pockets For iPhone 6 Plus Customers

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A ‘Business Card’ for Norway & More On the Business of Modern Banknotes

Visual Communication At top: Designed by Snøhetta, the reverse sides of all five denominations of Norwegian kroners form a continuous pattern; above: A proposed redesign of the U.S. Dollar By now, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of what were widely hailed as “the most beautiful banknotes ever.” Somewhat less widely reported, at least in the […]

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