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Innovation december 10, 2013

Redesigned Flatware Makes It Easier For Patients With Nerve Disorders To Eat

An award-winning design by I-Ting Chan and Ting-Yin Yeh is elegant yet highly functional.

Retail november 1, 2013

Redesigned Ice Cream Scoop Eliminates Unnecessary Wrist Pain

A new scoop that cuts through ice cream like a hot knife through butter.

Cities july 23, 2013

Public Plastic Chairs Look Like Giant Flowers [Pics]

Foldable chairs with movable petal-like seats provide useful seating and aesthetic design.

Work august 22, 2012

'Smart' Office Chair Adjusts To The User's Movements To Keep Them Engaged

Inno-Motion's 'LimbIC' chair has two fully movable seating shells instead of a cushion, which allow for maximum freedom of movement.

Design & Architecture october 18, 2011

Kayak Design Fuses Athlete And Equipment

German designer creates a piece of freestyle sports equipment that feels like an extension of the body.

Innovation august 1, 2011

A Canoe That Fits Into Your Backpack

The Ad Hoc folding canoe helps rowers take their boating anywhere without the hassle of carrying anything bulky.

Technology august 1, 2011

Disk+Mouse Concept Fits Your Optical Drive

What if you could use your optical drive to store an ultra-portable mouse?

Technology april 8, 2011

Three Liveshop Adds A New Dimension To Online Customer Service [Video]

Touchscreens and video chat augment the online shopping experience.

Gaming & Play october 7, 2010

A Morphing Mouse

A new gaming device features an adjustable size and shape to suit its users' hands.

Sustainability june 15, 2010

Designing For Humans, Narrowtasking And Mobile 3D

PSFK talks to Rob Tannen, Director of Research and Interaction Design at product development firm Bresslergroup.

Advertising june 15, 2010

A More Ergonomic Hair Dryer

A designer revisits the shape and form of a hairdryer and comes up with a new, improved version.

Work june 8, 2010

Future of Health: Wearable Technology Improves Posture

Sensors embedded into the fabric of clothing can help wearers remain conscious of unhealthy habits.

Work june 24, 2009
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