Tabelit is a learning toy concept that will help people with learning disability to paint by pushing buttons with different coloring facility, allowing expressing their creativity. It has been designed with five different layers and features two mini speakers to produce quality sounds. The left sidebar includes an illuminating touch strip, on which the user can slide their finger to select a color that will come across the switches. The user can learn shapes by following the randomly appearing shapes and accordingly, press the appropriate button for that shape. A rewarding sound will be played with every successful trace. The user can express their feelings with music by utilizing the individual sound assigned for each button such as piano, drums, etc. Moreover, it offers single or multiple player games which will develop the social and responsive skills of the user. Tabelit can be used both at home for a relaxed, multi-sensory room environment and at workplaces with maximum functionality.
Stylish and modern Double F CPU-server concept which can be personalized to suit your taste. Its color range and combination of soft and hard lines offer you unique object in particular style, it stands out among other servers. It would be easy to recognize and an ideal complement in working environment. To prevent overheating, this case has been designed with great ventilation surrounding the main box-server, the interaction zone offers easy access and recognizable buttons with personalized multi-colored lights.
The base is made of metal to provide great stability for the server. It’s definitely not your typical box shaped server.
Designer : Ismael G. Montero
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The recent mobile phone market has boomed with plenty of gadgetry handsets from various manufacturers. Connect is a design of Gavin Flowers that is offering ease through usability along with cool attractive look. This ultra slim phone with simple keys will allow you to operate it without the hassle of finding the right key for a particular function. The built-in camera will allow you to capture your memories for future reviews. The main aspiration of designing this phone is to improve appearance and usability, and create a product that is inclusive.
Gavin explanations about “Connect” Phone: Connect is offering simplicity through usability as well as Looks
The majority of the mobile communication market aim their products towards the mid ages. The mature age can’t relate or adjust to such products as easily as other generations because of lack of experience and ability. Physical and User Interaction aspects of a mobile device are the main issues that prevent the mature age using most devices. In the general consumer market, products are over loaded with visual complexity and extra features to standout from competitors. Even to a competent mobile device user this can give the perception of complexity, when all that is desired is simplicity and understanding.
Optimus keys house little OLED displays behind them which can be programmed using special software to accommodate multiple functions. Incorporating Optimus keys allows for simplicity within the usability and appearance of the design. This allows what potentially could be a complex menu, to be hidden within the Optimus keys and for the screen to display the current state the user is in. Lesser keys are physically required, making the overall appearance visually simplistic and alluring.