The Celluon evoMouse ($65) for Windows/Mac OS X is easy and convenient. Setting up evoMouse is quick and simple and requires very little space. It connects via standard USB port without installing software. In addition to common mouse operations, evoMouse recognizes multiple gestures when connected to supported devices. It allows natural movements and doesn’t require pushing around a physical object, evoMouse may help reduce repetitive stress injuries.
The EARBUDi clips will keep the Apple earbuds in your ears during any sporting activity or for general use. Turns your standard Apple EarPods into sport buds.
Looking for a basic bicycle helmet with everything you need and nothing you don’t? One that you don’t mind if you spill a little coffee on it, or if it gets wet in the rain, or if it gets a scuff or two when you stuff it in your bag or store it under the futon? Then the Urban ($42) is for you - tough enough to take it all in your daily commute yet practical and comfortable, and you know it’s good protection for your noggin because it’s Uvex!.
Perhaps no chair is more synonymous with organic design than the Wing chair ($414). First intended as an outstretched reception chair, the piece is expansive like the wings of its namesake. While organic living promotes the harmonious balance between human habitation and the natural world, achieving proper balance is a challenge. It is often left to the designers, those creative leaders of the generation, to guide the way.
The Pentax K-01 ($479) is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a most unusual design. Created by Australian designer Marc Newson of (who, admittedly, I’d never heard of before the K-01), the modern look of the K-01 will certainly turn heads (especially if you get the yellow one). Source: Dpreview.com.
The ultimate pair for serious lunches. This combo deal ($60) pairs the classic Vacuum Bottle with the Official Stanley® Cooler for guys who take lunch seriously. The cooler handle locks the 1.1-quart insulated bottle in place, while the interior is sectioned to keep multiple courses cool and organized.
Since Don’t Make Me Think ($28) was first published in 2000, hundreds of thousands of Web designers and developers have relied on usability guru Steve Krug’s guide to help them understand the principles of intuitive navigation and information design. Witty, commonsensical, and eminently practical, it’s one of the best-loved and most recommended books on the subject.
The ExtraVerso covers ($25+) are extremely thin and light to preserve the original design of the smartphone, and they feature incredible grip properties, meaning they can even cling to flat and non-porous surfaces such as windows or mirrors, allowing a whole new world of functionalities for the device.
In ear headphones ($99) with a solid wood acoustical enclosure.Earbuds redefined. The 2014 Red Dot Design Award winning In-Ear Headphones from Grain Audio deliver perfect sound and design. Owners of this product can maintain their style without sacrificing any audio quality. The solid walnut casings ensure the best possible sound with crystal clear highs and booming lows.
One of the seminal texts of graphic design, Paul Rand’s Thoughts on Design ($15) is now back in print for the first time since the 1970s. Writing at the height of his career, Rand articulated in his slender volume the pioneering vision that all design should seamlessly integrate form and function.