More Commentary from Trevor van Gorp

Gerry Manacsa
Friday, January 8, 2010

Trevor van GorpOn his blog, affective design, Deconstructing Product Design contributor Trevor van Gorp gives a quick rundown of the commentary he provided on products included on this site (two of which are in the print version of DPD).

If you enjoyed Trevor’s insightful thoughts from the book, be sure to take a look.

Fast Company: Classic Products + Social Media

Gerry Manacsa
Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Deconstructing Product Design contributor Rob Tannen muses on the Polaroid SX-70 and Other Classic Products That Have Social Media at Their Core, for Fast Company’s blog.

Kimberly Elam, On Product Design

Gerry Manacsa
Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Just added to the DPD web site — Principal Contributor Kimberly Elam writes on the nature of product design:

It’s fascinating how some products become parts of the fabric of living and the collective subconscious long after they have disappeared. The silhouette of the rotary dial telephone still communicates the idea of a telephone to teens who have never dialed a phone that was corded to a wall outlet. Similarly, few teens have ever had a Coke in a glass iconic bottle, yet the familiar shape of the bottle still resonates…

Read the complete essay


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