The Apple iWear

The Apple iWear

With the Apple Watch announcement, many an inspirational designs in concept Apple wearables have been dashed. The real thing is sleek and very Jony Ive, however the battery life and longevity is still questionable. The iWear came in as a refreshing approach that now questions the possibility of making an iPad-esque wearable. No more watch … let’s have a look…

0 Designer: Sunfer Ho

Inexpensive eInk Cell Phone

Inexpensive eInk Cell Phone

The aim of this eInk Cell Phone is to provide mobile phone goodness at a fraction of the cost. According to the designer, the final price should be no more than $200. The focus is on the battery life and that it can play second fiddle to your primary smartphone. Listen to music, read a book or the news – all without having to worry about the battery.

0 Designer: Fabrice Dubuy

Display and Charge Like Never Before

Display and Charge Like Never Before

Queel & Company’s not-so-utilitarian Spool Dock blurs the line between modern home decor and electronic accessory. Crafted in the USA from sustainable North American white oak, merino felt wool and a weighted metal base, this stylish charging dock is as sophisticated as it is warm and natural. Better yet, it also doubles as a convenient cable organizer that allows users to swivel docked devices with the touch of a finger! Get it here

0 Designer: Quell & Company

i(Phone) is for indestructible

i(Phone) is for indestructible

Combine Evolutive Labs’ incredible RhinoShield Screen Protector with their latest product, the RhinoShield Crash Guard and your precious iPhone 5/6/6+ will be battle-ready! Exceeding military standard impact protection and absorption, the ultra-slim bumper can withstand the most damage a user could possibly do while simultaneously reflecting the original sleek design of the iPhone… in other words, no bulk! Watch the cringe-worthy tests for both and you’ll be sold!

0 Designer: Evolutive Labs

Rethinking Smartphone Ergonomics

Rethinking Smartphone Ergonomics

The HTC e:volute:on is so named for the innovative features that make it more ergonomic. Specifically, the shape of the edges aim to make it easier to grip naturally and convenient to hold for extended amounts of time. Additionally, the design explores the use of a curved display which also allows the back side to comfortably curve into the user’s palm. Now, for the guts…

0 Designer: Hege

Quick Fix for the Flimsy iPhone 6!

Quick Fix for the Flimsy iPhone 6!

Worried about your flimsy iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Don’t be! The [BRIC+]xtreme case is here to protect your precious! Made of super durable aircraft grade aluminum, the bumper blocks damage where your device is bumped most… all without compromising the look of your sleek phone. Better yet (and for the first time ever in the market), the minimal bumper also waterproofs your phone so there’s no need to worry about breaks, scratches or water damage! Get it here!

0 Designer: BRICWAVE

The Show-Off of Smartphones

The Show-Off of Smartphones

The Bella smartphone concept, immodestly self-described as “the most beautiful phone,” is focused on being highly customizable for the discerning user. Unlike other unibody designs, Bella features a curved metal frame wrapped around a polycarbonate body in a unique 3-dimensional way. This offers three 3 levels of customization between the main body, metal frame, and other accents including the rotary knob used for navigation and volume control. Check out the many styles —>

0 Designer: Abhi Muktheeswarar

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Supercharged Apple Watch Packaging

Yet another Apple Watch accessory! This time, the masters of creative, luxury bundles at Design Packaging reimagine the original packaging as including a versatile charger for multiple devices. Because it’s safe to assume that each Apple Watch owner will also have an iPhone, the design not only provides an intuitive and organized way to charge both, but puts each on display, elevated safely out of harms way. For super fanboys, an additional USB is available because there’s bound to be an iPad laying around somewhere!

0 Designer: Design Packaging

Universal Lost and Found

Universal Lost and Found

Whether you’ve been the loser or the finder, you’ll appreciate this clever community-driven system for giving/retrieving lost things! Called #LostFound, the system utilizes 3D printing & social media to connect people with misplaced items. Attention-grabbing red hooks attach to fixtures in urban settings. When you come across a lost item, just hang it on the nearest one & post with a picture and location on Twitter or Instagram with the appropriate hashtag. The owner can then check social media by searching #LostFound to retrieve their stuff!

0 Designer: Evan Gant

Baby's Guardian Angel

Baby’s Guardian Angel

The multi-award winning AngelCare1200 is a video, sound and movement monitor for optimized for a variety smart devices. Irrespective of whether parents are away from home or just in the next room, they can see and hear baby at all times. Better yet, family and friends can be invited to share in precious moments via the app or online access. For baby’s own comfort, a nightlight is gently integrated in the inviting angel shape.

0 Designer: Konings & Kappelhoff

The Future of Google Nexus 360 Smartphone

The Future of Google Nexus 360 Smartphone

Here is a very grounded look at what can be the future of a Google Nexus Smartphone. The concept – Google Nexus 360 – is rooted in reality and can be commercially viable in a couple of years, if we put our minds to it. The concept hopes to eliminate the need for multiple devices and takes wearable tech to the next level.

0 Designer: 91mobiles

Sammy Baby Gets Bamboo

Sammy Baby Gets Bamboo

Few and far between we come across Samsung concepts and today we look into the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The basic design replaces cheap plastic with sustainable Bamboo Material along with premium Ceramic. As far as the tech goes, it includes latest apps like heart rate monitor, UV Sensor and more.

0 Designer: Vishal Bhanushali

Back to basics and loving it!

Back to basics and loving it!

This utilitarian e-Ink phone by FormNation was designed for those who have better things to do than flick angry birds and flying pigs! It leaves behind the extraneous and instead is packed with powerful essentials like calendar, contacts, e-reading, and email apps. Everything you need and nothing you don’t! Thanks to its e-ink display and straightforward functionality, it can last an entire month on one charge. Yes, it lacks a vivid color display. But think of it as the difference between full color versus artistic black and white photography.

0 Designer: FormNation

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