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Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby yo » August 4th, 2016, 12:34 pm

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the disconnect between merchandizing, marketing, and store design .... at least you got some good product photography out of it...


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saw this clip on a tv show. I did the redesign for the hot air popper...... perhaps i should have design a lock feature for the lid in hindsight.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LXu9BhUaoo&t=2m46s

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby yo » November 10th, 2016, 10:44 am

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I had two nice ones today. Right here in the banner above and an ad on an UpWorthy.com news story about the record number of women voted into the senate. Both links to our new sites that my teams designed and with the brand mark that I personally worked on.
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Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby Cyberdemon » November 10th, 2016, 11:26 am

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yo wrote:I had two nice ones today. Right here in the banner above and an ad on an UpWorthy.com news story about the record number of women voted into the senate. Both links to our new sites that my teams designed and with the brand mark that I personally worked on.


I don't want to freak you out about tracking cookies, but you know that ads appear on your sites based on the sites you've been to right?

Hyper-targeting baby.

Also, this would be a good time to pitch the Adblock Plus plugin which blocks ads from most sites. I didn't even know Core had ads. :D

If you want to really become sketched out, your mobile traffic, location data, and even voice info can and will be used to feed you ads.

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby yo » November 10th, 2016, 11:54 am

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I checked with marketing before I posted, the UpWorthy one was a media buy. The c77 one is part of retargeting.


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I just found out that one of the products I have been working on will show up in a major video game release which I am very excited about. I feel like I am a car designer that got to do a Gran Trurimo concept car. They got samples and are doing 3d scans can't wait to see it.

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby rkuchinsky » November 10th, 2016, 12:21 pm

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yo wrote:I checked with marketing before I posted, the UpWorthy one was a media buy. The c77 one is part of retargeting.


Still cookies. Different users get different ads.

+1 for Adblock Plus, BTW

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Design engine was working with retired buyers from a major hardware outlet store. We were working financially on royalties. As a team we developed several products per month only later to find them on the shelf at the retailer. Asking the buyers what up with this they claimed this is a different skew. The Chinese manufacture changed the product slightly and the buyers saw that product as completely different product skew. Everyone has a different perspective however any product designer would find the resemblance hard to deny.

Made me think of how a DJ steels music and calls it sampling. Happens so much but from the buyer perspective its a competently different product.
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Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby mo-i » November 25th, 2016, 7:14 am

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Right here on Core77: http://www.core77.com/posts/57729/Deskt ... g-Filament

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The spool inside the Next 1.0 filament extruder actually is the very SD 200 K made by Hafner.
http://www.hafner-spools.com

Somehow it has wound up as the de facto standard for FDM printing. Some of the printers do also take the larger SD300K or you can put the SD350K on an external spool rack, since all of the spools have the same central bore.

Originally this set of spools were designed for the needs of wire welding applications. Thus combining relatively low cost with strength and precision. But at the moment I am actively looking into better understanding the needs of the 3D FDM printing market and how to fine tune or adapt some spools to that.

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Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby NURB » December 8th, 2016, 9:48 pm

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You mean like you'd find on one of these?
https://www.weldingsuppliesfromioc.com/ ... 0497_1.jpg
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Just saw one of the griddles i worked on show up in a recent episode of Modern Family.

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby yo » December 9th, 2016, 2:21 pm

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nice!

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby IDiot » December 12th, 2016, 9:54 pm

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I was touring Bell's Brewery a few weeks ago (my first tour in their new expanded facility) and after sitting in a room full of chairs my friend Nicolai designed, we headed next door and walked up a set of stairs and stumble across a table that I designed the base of.

Re: Unexpected places your designs have shown up

Postby yo » December 21st, 2016, 10:43 am

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I find youtube unboxing videos of products we have designed strangely satisfying :-)










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