Steelcase worked with Anker to create the first-of-its-kind solution for enterprise-level mobile power in the office.
The items you keep nearby have an impact on your work performance. This is what you should keep—and what you should ditch.
When you want to bring something closer, or lower, or just need to adjust the angle or whatever, the neck of the monitor lets you bring it down all the way to the level of your desk and tilt it up or down as well (though not side to side).
The counterfeit power distribution unit is similar to a model that is authorized to bear the UL Mark.
Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and network infrastucture solutions, announces an expanded suite of stylish, functional Furniture Power products.
Arconas has launched two new public furniture solutions, the inPower hub and Place wireless charging tablet, to bring additional power options to high-traffic waiting areas.
U.S. subsidiary of Denmark-based actuation solutions company completes the phase one expansion of Louisville facility.
The technical term is “split-flap display.” But nobody knows the signs by that name. They’re the “neat, flippy signs” or “those old alarm clock displays” or “the signs they used to have at train stations.”
Throughout the ages, business leaders have searched for the right formula to get the best work out of their employees, trying every which way to inspire teamwork. And it has certainly been a process.
For Cyber Monday only, UNIQLO has put a number of the Eames tee shirts on sale, marked down to $9.90 from $14.90. Hurry the sale is only today while supplies last.
Powerball features a mix of standard power outlets and TUF twin USB fast-charging outlets so that laptops, cell phones and tablets can all be charged with one unit.
The innovative product is designed and developed by ukrainian design company hochu rayu. its bold colors allow the office to stand out and look fun. ‘helmfon’ is specially designed according to the client’s wishes, making the person look and feel like his or her favorite superhero in real life.
Anytime a designer is looking to get something crowdfunded for 18 grand and winds up with a nearly quarter mil, they have our attention. And we like sharing these things here to inspire you design entrepreneurs with success stories.
Wall covering gurus, Visual Magnetics, are no stranger to collaborations, as they’ve worked with the likes of Visibility, Dusen Dusen, and now with Design Milk, where they’ll be a huge part of our Milk Stand Popup shop at this year’s ICFF. Now, they’ve partnered with award-winning designer Jill Malek to launch Forces, a collection of visually stunning wall coverings for the workspace.
Besides bringing colorful patterns to the walls, this collection adds a layer of functionality. The wall coverings have a central strip of Visual Magnetics’ writable dry-erase surface sandwiched between them, elevating the look of any workspace.
Forms+Surfaces’ new VEKTR Digital Canvas tool can create images of any size for large-scale architectural glass.
Glass need not be boring. Humble panes can be transformed into stunning decorative surfaces, thanks to continued innovation in digital printing technology that makes it possible for nearly any image and pattern to be transferred to the translucent material. Architects and designers can customize interior and exterior cladding, elevator interiors, stairs and backdrops, infusing their projects and spaces with a visual identity.
It may be sweltering for most of July and August, with long lingering days, but when winter comes, with its shortness of sunlight, MIT will be ready.
In fall 2015, Ariel Anders, a fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), applied for and received a MindHandHeart Innovation Fund grant to install light-therapy lamps in accessible areas at MIT as a way to combat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that occurs at a certain time each year, usually in the fall or winter.
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) paired up with Poppin, theNY-based shop for design-y office goods, on this year’s Metaproject. For the past six years, RIT and a partner challenges their senior class to create innovative accessories that highlight and improve on their original use. Specific to Poppin, the students were to create objects that were economical while also being aesthetically pleasing, and easy to produce en-masse.