The North Face has just released this video of their Access Pack, their now-available backpack design with a novel feature: A spring-loaded lid. Whether or not it's a necessary feature, and whether folks will pony up the $235 asking price, is another matter. The steel frame that makes the
Yesterday we looked at Lady Liberty with a sword, and today we look at a sword-wielding woman currently of greater global interest: Brienne of Tarth. As Game of Thrones starts this Sunday, it won't be long before we're seeing armor-suited folks like her putting some wear and tear on their
Ideal candidates have an understanding of the relative market, an eye for identifying volume styles and an ability to translate high-level inspiration into relevant designs and price points for mass-market retailers. Applicants should have 3+ years experience and the ability to design concepts and products for multiple brands and genders.
Ideal candidates have a bachelors of Science in Engineering (Mechanical or Manufacturing) and can perform plastic, component, and assembly specification analysis to ensure function & quality targets. Must have an understanding of injection molding and part design CAD (Solidworks) and the ability to build hand mock-ups and test concepts quickly.
Rarely do we sit down for a meal these days that isn't interrupted by the flickering of phones, as meal-goers look down to check various notifications and status updates. Sure, there's the phone stack or this handkerchief, but those solutions don't address the root of the problem: that constant interruption
Candidates will participate in concepting and developing new product designs by providing innovative and on brand design concepts for all aspects of product appearance and user interaction. Designs will meet cost constraints, manufacturability and durability criteria as well as deliver a sense of scale and realism. 1+ years experience required.
Sr. Designers should be comfortable designing whole collections of innovative and technologically advanced products around coherent themes, functions, prices, etc and should also understand product design in relation to branding. Applicants should retain a Bachelor's Degree as well as experience in flat sketching and hands-on experience with CAD software.
It's not complicated: less shopping time means more shop time. We've taken two workshop essentials, paired them together, and cut the price. Now through the end of March, choose either our original Herringbone Work or Waist Apron and get our most popular safety specs to match for $42.00. Both the
Sometimes it seems like the app and wearable world wants to wear the weight of the world's problems on its shoulders. Got a problem? There's probably an app for that. This in turn can make our behaviors and tendencies as humans seem so predictable while framing the path to
We like seeing designers experimenting with the gradations between two extremes. Take wristwatches, for instance. There are the tried-and-true mechanical ones, which are like wearing little machines on your wrist. Then there are smartwatches, which are like wearing little computers on your wrist. The former does its one job well,
Sometimes the marriage of old and new pairs seamlessly and nowhere is that more obvious than at Marimekko, the iconic Finnish textile company based in Helsinki. The company began in 1949 as Printex, a textile and oilcloth printing company led by Armi Ratia and her husband Viljo, and has evolved
Based in SophiaTown, Soweto, The Soulart Foundation is run by local social entrepreneur Sibusiso Mokhachane. Deeply rooted in his local community, Mokhachane directs his efforts to youth development and community upliftment. He recently launched a very well received range of backpacks made from Sotho blankets called "Unlearn Africa." Mokhachane is
With hotly anticipated entries like the virtual reality Oculus Rift headset dropping for us consumers at the end of this month, and Microsoft's Hololens augmented reality hardware available to developers around the same time, this spring makes for as clear of a starting line as we've seen in the race
Seeking experienced bag, accessory and soft goods designers! Your work should span the design process from ideation to finalizing tech packs for hand-off to creating a manufacturing ready product and design. You should have strong visual aesthetic and sensibility with the ability to convert the aesthetic to designs. *Location flexible!
This position separates the great from the good, requiring a rare mix of spectacular smarts, creative problem-solving, first-rate communication skills, healthy work ethic and a strong desire to have fun. Candidates should have real-world CAD surfacing and modeling skills, rock star sketching abilities, and ninja-level Photoshop and Illustrator skills.
Virtual Reality is well-established in the cultural consciousness thanks to generations of sci-fi but it's taken ages for the technology to get traction IRL. Thanks to recent leaps in affordability and portability, content producers are taking the intimate immersive tech to its only natural conclusion: using it to look at
Ending on an high-note, Design Indaba wrapped the three-day conference with a hybrid talk/performance from musician, composer, hardware innovator and music industry activist Imogen Heap. A good example of Design Indaba's aspirations to not only bring incredible creativity to the stage, but creativity with a mission - Heap was
Ideal applicants have a degree in product design or industrial design and 3-5+ years of footwear design experience with a well-established outdoor or athletic footwear brand. Passionate, self-starting, pragmatic candidates with advanced knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat Professional 11, and Rhino 3D/Modo are quintessential to this position.
Candidates will research, create and execute innovative concepts and designs that support the building of performance dog gear that enhances and inspires exploration for outdoor adventurers and their human companions. They'll need a Bachelor’s Degree and 3-5 years experience in product design for the outdoor, apparel or pet industries.
Almost a design festival in its own right by now, Design Parcours Ehrenfeld spreads through the northwest of the city, and has streams of people coming out to play on the Thursday night of Cologne Design Week. Clad in down jackets and holding on to a hot drink visitors meander
Wristwatches are the only universally-accepted piece of wearable technology, and it's fascinating to see how far designers can push their boundaries. While the mere timetelling functionality was perfected long ago, modern-day watch designers vie to outdo each other with their "complications," i.e. the sophisticated supporting operations that are going on
Seeking an experienced knitwear technician with programming and hands on knowledge on flat knitting machines. High level of competency in fully-fashioned programming and knitwear machines is required. Ideal candidates can manage large and complex 3D knit development projects. Extensive knowledge of yarn selection, gauges, stitch techniques, patterns and layouts required.
Seeking candidates to imagine the next generation of smart wearable devices. You'll lead projects from product definition to manufacturing. You'll need 5+ years of experience, strong sketching skills, a proficiency in 3D modeling, and excellent 2D/3D rendering skills. Experience with design research including user, trend, color, material, and finish required.
This week's Projects section features works coming from Art Center's brand new Interaction Design Department. The students featured are part of the department's very first graduating class. Each project explores through interactive tech solutions how people think, feel and behave when they encounter a product, place or ecosystem.
This candidate will be responsible for full compliance with design standards, timelines, manufacturing, quality assurance, and gemstone acquisition requirements. S/he will plan, create, and develop 2D Concept art (pencil, marker, gouache, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.) as well as 3D Finished Goods/CAD models for new and existing products using several software packages.
An ideal candidate should have 7+ years of Mechanical Design experience, most of which in a consumer products industry, and the ability to speak alphabet soup (CAD, CAE, FEA, DFM, SLA, SLS, CNC, MIM, HDO, STEP, IGES). They can build functional prototypes accurately demonstrating engineering intent within organic constructs.
As people who build hardware know, there are important reasons both from the electronic and manufacturing standpoint that you reduce complexity, limiting the number of PCBs, parts and components. Streamlining electronics increases viability that the product will work and decreases the bill of materials —meaning you can afford to produce
Call me a simpleton, but I think this is the absolute best Halloween costume I saw this year: Sadly there's no attribution, though the photo's all over social media. As awesome as that get-up is, in this day and age it of course was not the most viral. That
The Swiss watchmaker Movado is probably best known for its Museum Dial watch, with a radically simple face designed by Nathan George Horwitt in 1947. Even if you know nothing about watches, you would recognize this one; inspired by a sundial, it has no numbers or tick marks, only a
According to statistics, more than half of you are reading this with eyeglasses on the front of your face. Let's talk about how they're made. Eyeglasses frames are typically either metal, with titanium being the trendiest these days, or plastic. Of the plastic frames, injection molded are the cheapest (and
An old Army saw has it that The General asks, "What does it do?"The Senator asks, "How much does it cost?"The soldier asks, "How much does it weigh?"We think of soldiers as warfighters, but for even the most combat-hardened vet, the amount of time spent in firefights is a fraction
Occupying the Imperial College Union Building and its leafy courtyard just south of the Royal Albert Hall, scientists, designers and engineers showcased their projects aiming to enhance the basic ingredients for a better life. Research topics included 'Freedom to explore', 'A place to call home', 'Space to create', and 'Health
Internet hoaxes abound, but I like to think my BS meter is correctly calibrated. So what's worse than when the needle goes into the red, but the gotta-be-a-gag product you're presented with appears to be real? Unless Jimmy Kimmel is behind this, it appears an upstart watch company called Nico
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