im a student industrial design in kortrijk Belgium and we had the task to design a product for our docents of the design courses.
we had to find a product to make it possible to personalize a flying desk.
we put some restrictions up for ourselves:
it should be lightweight
easy to use
and it can’t be to big
so i was hoping to get some tips from you guys
we were thinking of a box which contains a side personal stuff like pictures and a side that hold papers, sketches,and more business stuff.
an other idea was a system that works with panels that can hold a agenda or pictures
but were still exploring ideas so anything can help us think of something new
i just wanted to know what you guys like on your desk and what you hate about your desk
many thanks to everybody who helps
not exactly XD
its a system where nobody has a desk for themselves, because there are less desks than docents nobody has a desk that truly their own.
everybody choses his own place. so everybody has to clean his desk every time he leaves.
but in reality some persons always sit at the same desk.
So you mean something like a temp work area? One suggestion to minimize the personal setup is to come up with generic base/stand, and each person makes their own desktop that places on top of these bases… kind of a modular desk-space in a way. This will eliminate how the structure will collapse, etc, they could technically stack or fold away when not in use. Personalizing the desktop is more important than the structure, so just standardize/modularize the structure?? But then again someone would have to make all these structures for use of everyone else…
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