Aquatech – universal water bottle design

Posted on 11/06/2019 by Kulika Supcharoen

The climate is changing, and by that, I don’t just mean that the earth is heating up but that the climate around single-use plastics is really changing. It’s been a growing trend that has been catalysed recently and is causing…
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How Green Are You?

Posted on 03/06/2019 by Kulika Supcharoen

Are You Going Green? – The editor in chief, Katherine Ciner, of the Guardian news and media outlet (UK) recently distributed an internal memo detailing a change in the style guide to all the writers making a review to the…
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Wearable Tech: The Hope for Those Suffering from Parkinson’s

Posted on 22/05/2019 by Kulika Supcharoen

For an estimated 6.1million people worldwide (The Lancet – Neurology), Parkinson is a potentially debilitating disease. For those of you not aware of Parkinson’s it is a disease caused by the breakdown of nerve cells in a part of your…
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Nature-inspired Wearables through Biomimicry Design

Posted on 13/05/2019 by Kulika Supcharoen

Are you the one seeking a solution from the existing? For some problems, solutions come thick and fast, but inspiration is lacking. In these times where inspiration is coming up short, designers/developers will often find it by looking at existing…
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CES SHOW : Wearable Tech Roundup

Posted on 08/05/2019 by Kulika Supcharoen

Listen, people, let’s talk wearables (again) ! It is now 2019 and wearables seem to be being announced and denounced as we all know, leaked and launched as we are all doubtful, adored and scorned left right and centre; BUT…
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