Wearable devices are still trying to gain a solid foothold with consumers. The concept is already boring some, so PDD’s Simon Lamason talks to TechRepublic on what manufacturers can do to figure out how to appeal to the masses.
PDD’s Maeve Keane, Principal of Design Insight and Karsten Fischer, CEO talk to New Design about our Human-Centred Design approach and how our business has diversified from its core of product and industrial design work to encompass capabilities in service design, design strategy and trends.
Speaking at the Wearable Technology Show in London, Oliver explains the importance of technology and fashion industries working together.
To create innovative beauty products and packaging, brands should look to other industries for inspiration and draw from their heritage. Maeve Keane and Sarita Wilkinson speak to Julia Wray.
Fun for kids and essential for parents, the hereO GPS watch is the world’s smallest real-time cellular-connected GPS tracking device designed especially for children.
Drayton, part of Invensys, has recently launched its flagship ‘Mi’ heating control products to the UK market. Developed with the help of PDD’s interaction, industrial and engineering design, the ‘Mi’ products offer contemporary design and integrate a host of features designed to make life easier.
PDD help develop waterproof iPhone case for Lifedge. With incredible water, dust and drop protection, combined with complete ease of use; it provides an amazing piece of adventure kit for people wanting to explore the outdoors.
Jon Freeman, Consultant – Industrial Design, features in cosmeticsdesign-europe.com and talks about how brands are personalising their products.