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Detergent pods look like candies and attract children. Already 17,000 have ingested, inhaled or touched the content. Can design solve this problem?
Between the introduction in 2012 of detergent pods and the end of 2013, 17,000 children under the age of six have ingested or inhaled the detergent contained within the pods, or sprayed it in their eyes. (*Detergent Pods Pose Risk to Children, Study Finds, NYT 10/11/2014).Read More
Late Milk is a project created from a group of young entrepreneurs who wanted to create a brand where products could be delivered 100% of the profits would go to vulnerable people in Chile.Read More
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Calling a spade a spade isn’t quite what we expect from design. We expect a spade to be called anything between a ‘Horticultural Trident’ to a ‘Trowel for Peace and Tranquillity’. This is because design more often than not emphasizes some narrative essential to the company or consumer rather than the product itself. But lately, there is a trend moving in the opposite direction. Obvious design - quite literally calling a spoon a spoon, as in Zing’s line of silicone kitchen utensils - is a clever and pertinent way of perking up the jaded consumer.Read More
Say goodbye to boring and bland in-flight drinks and say hello to paradise. Introducing The Carry-on Cocktail Kit.Read More