articles on

LYNK & CO: now available on the Market in Record Time!

LYNK & CO: now available on the Market in Record Time!

About a year ago, we went to the international car launch of LYNK & CO in Berlin, Germany. They are now releasing their first car in China, the Model 01 (shown in the gallery). Designed and engineered in Sweden, the Model 01 went to pre-sale on November 17th. 6000 cars were sold in less than three minutes, this is the fastest selling SUV in the World. Bringing their brand with connectivity with a sharing function and the world’s first in-car share button, to wireless charging and a dedicated LYNK & CO apps store. In their words LYNK & CO has abandoned the traditional automotive concept of base models, entry points and endless options lists. Inspired by fashion and technology, trim levels and optional extras have been replaced with a simple selection of fully equipped, one price collections: We announced the birth of Lynk & Co almost exactly one year ago. Now, just 12 months later, we start sales of our connected and shareable 01 SUV in record fashion. Online we have replicated the in-store experience and simplicity of choice with our unique ‘explorator’ carousel. Just stop on the car you like and subscribe online – it’s as simple as that, as Chinese customers have proven during our pre-sale event. Designed and engineered by an international team in Gothenburg, Sweden, Lynk & Co has a European heart and soul, and a refreshing approach to the automotive sector as a new urban mobility brand. Personalised services, an open API (Application Programming Interface – the first in automotive to be ‘open’), unrivalled connectivity, vehicle sharing, ecommerce, simple, subscription-based ownership, and the first dedicated app store for cars – these are the key offerings of Lynk & Co. More Links Learn more about LYNK & CO at lynkco.com LYNK & CO Model 01  

Introducing Dusko: a lifestyle brand for the design-conscious by InVision's Tomas Jasovsky

Introducing Dusko: a lifestyle brand for the design-conscious by InVision's Tomas Jasovsky

We would like to introduce a lifestyle brand called: DUSKO, they sell products that includes high-quality cotton t-shirts, limited-edition accessories, resilient leather everyday gear and more. Behind the brand, we have its own Tomas Jasovsky who is a Creative Manager at InVision. What started as a small project a few years back now taking on another level with a setup of Tomas's own proper workshop. Let's take a dive! In their words DUSKO is a lifestyle brand; unchained and never limited by trends, materials, or technology. Together with true craftsmen like Analog Bros, Mr. Wood, and more, we meticulously work out every possible detail to make sure each piece is as functional as it is aesthetically pleasing. As they say, the devil is in the details! It’s those finishing touches, from button placement to product packaging that can make or break the feel and functionality of a product. DUSKO products include high-quality cotton t-shirts, limited-edition accessories, resilient leather everyday gear, and more of the stuff that keeps you going. Each DUSKO product is made to be both inspiring and functional: there’s nothing here I wouldn’t want to use every day. After a few months of late night hustles, weekend meetings and photo shoots with some really awesome people, the team and I are happy to announce our official launch 🚀 First, you’re probably wondering… why the hell do we need another hipster looking apparel brand, am I right? Video A few years back, my girlfriend and I launched a small project with some very limited edition hand-sewn wallets called madeindays.com. This was just a small taste of what it’s like to make a handmade product. And honestly, I enjoyed the heck out of it. From the whole design process to the creation, marketing and distribution. It has been a few years since then and a few personal projects later, but it’s been worth the wait. It’s exciting to finally have a proper workshop, complete with all the big boy machines. More Links Shop Dusko Brand at dusko.shop Follow Dusko Brand on Instagram Product Gallery via @duskobrand We're obsessed with details. 👌👌⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ #apparel #styling #graphictee⠀⠀ #lifestyle #printalternative #tshirt ⠀⠀ #handlettering #stayfocused⠀⠀ #designtee #illustrated ⠀⠀ #design #screenprinting A post shared by DUSKO (@duskobrand) on Nov 26, 2017 at 12:58pm PST Wear your designer daze on your sleeve, I mean your chest. ⠀ Model: @martindrazilbmx / 📷 by @michalkubala ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #designlovers #designlove #thoughtfuldesign #moderndesign #moderncraft #designmatters #apparel #styling #lifestyle #printalternative⠀ #handlettering #designtee #illustrated ⠀ #design #screenprinting A post shared by DUSKO (@duskobrand) on Nov 26, 2017 at 7:16am PST Stay Focused - Go Bananas - Almost Washed Out - Design Sleep Repeat... unite! Our prints are basically the fantastic four. 👊👊👊👊⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #designlovers #designlove #thoughtfuldesign #moderndesign #moderncraft #designmatters #frenchpaper #handprinted #posters #walldecor A post shared by DUSKO (@duskobrand) on Nov 25, 2017 at 1:34pm PST

My experience about going to an onsite UX interview, what I have learned and what I would improve

My experience about going to an onsite UX interview, what I have learned and what I would improve

This is a different approach from our usual feature on ABDZ but this might be greatly useful if you ever get this opportunity. Last week, I (François Hoang - Chief Editor on ABDZ) was on my flight home from an onsite interview I had in San Diego for a UX position. This was my first experience and I wanted to share my thoughts about the things I've learned and what I would improve if you ever get this opportunity. Beforehand, I would like to mention that I won't share any details about the company I was interviewed because of a non-disclosure agreement I signed. Also, I would like to send my regards to the awesome folks I've met along the way (Cheers!). To be able to actually come to an onsite interview, you have to go through a series of phone calls and video conferences. It's usually about 2-3 meetings and if you made the cut. You will get to hear those words: " We would like to invite you to an onsite meeting". OH YEAH! Party time right? Not really, just hold off before you can say anything to your relatives or friends. This is just the beginning of your journey. First Tip The waiting game, I think this is the most brutal part of my whole experience. The wait for email replies and checking your notifications all the time, it almost feels like your current life has been put on hold. The first tip, don't get alarmed about what might be going through your head or the thought about they might have changed their minds on you coming or not. People are busy and they will get to you when it's the time is right. You would rather take this energy and be focusing on doing your homework. First Task: Homework This is an interview but try to change the perspective as if it was a UX project. For this first task is all about research. We are grateful enough to have Google as being the biggest searchable library ever, use it for your own benefits. Try to learn and understand the company’s history, philosophy, products/services, marketing, target audience, design process, tools and etc. This way you will be prepared when asked: What do you know about our X company". This exercise helped me a lot because I was able to understand more things beyond the company logo. Don't forget that user experience is not related to interfaces only, it's all part of everything the users interact within reach of the company logo. For my case, I had the opportunity to own the product for a little while. I decided to use it every day and see what was my feedback as a user. What I would definitely improve on the design side and if I've found any bugs too? It's NOT a vacation trip We are pretty excited (including me) when you get the chance to fly for free to a destination that you have never been before. Remember that you are traveling for "work" and usually what you have planned to do like shopping, tourist stops never ended up happening. You can always ask if the company is willing to book you an extra day or two but you will pay the extra for the hotel fees. It's always good to ask. Make a Presentation For my onsite interview I never saw the mention of having a presentation ready, gladly I made the right move and had one ready. Don't forget that you are traveling all the way across and some people you are meeting probably didn't even read your resume. Play it safe and have one ready. Your presentation should be short, on point and playful. When you going through your portfolio; focus on the points that they need to hear about what they are looking for that UX position. I made a mistake when asked about: "What is the one project that you are most proud of", I decided to go with a project because it was a team effort and process, we had a beautiful outcome on the client side. I was in fact very proud of this project! But I should have stayed with a project that was more around UX and what was the whole process behind to achieve success. Your presentation should also reflect your personality because you will probably talk about yourself for 20-30 minutes. Remember that you are meeting the team that will potentially see you as their next colleague. No harm in slipping a few jokes! Design Challenge or the Whiteboard Design Challenge That famous whiteboard challenge, the exciting part. I was a bit scared and skeptical about this challenge but to calm things down. The whole point of this exercise is that your future team wants to see how would you react in front of problems. Are you a problem solver? In this case, there are many solutions to the problem. Don't be shy to ask questions, sometimes the task can be super vague. For my case, it was about: Creating our startup as a pet caring company. We went through different steps including our goals, customer goals, and business goals as well. We didn't get to the point where we would wireframe but overall I loved this exercise. It definitely helps you think about the problem instead of trying to find the obvious. If this is something that you are not good at, practice makes it perfect. Always try to balance questions with answers, it helps to enhance the collaboration in the room. Be Yourself To end this article, I would like to share Fabio's advice. "Show that you are passionate about your work and simply be yourself". Don't try to be somebody that you are not. If they see you as a great fit for the company, well amazing news for you! If not, there is plenty of great companies out there. Take it as a learning curve! What you have learned from this experience and what would you improve on the next one. Recap Video More Links Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram Cover Image by Marcel Fuentes

Industrial Design: Givenchy VR Concept

Industrial Design: Givenchy VR Concept

We have seeing many companies like Facebook, Google and Apple; all taking their turns into VR/AR. What happened if it was designed to a level of a fashion brand? What would have been the approach? Well this is exactly was this concept is all about by Korean-based studio PDF Haus for Givenchy. I personally love this concept and how you can really see this could work out with such a stylish flair. PDF Haus is a studio focusing their work into product, industrial and interaction design. Based in Korea, you should definitely follow their work on Behance, it's filled with creative concepts. More Links Learn more about PDF Haus at pdfhaus.com Follow PDF Haus's work on Behance Industrial Design  

Peak Design is launching their greatest hits revamped of Capture, Slide, and Slide Lite

Peak Design is launching their greatest hits revamped of Capture, Slide, and Slide Lite

The folks at Peak Design just launched a 5-day Kickstarter and at the time we are writing this, the project has been funded 3 times the initial goal. Congratulations to the whole team! They are launching their greatest hits products but with an all-new revamped design. Introducing the new Capture, Slide and Slide Lite; I personally use the Capture Pro and it is such an incredible built as your camera carrying clip. Check it out and support them! In their words We're Peak Design, a San Francisco based product design company. We're also the luckiest goobers on the planet; we engineer and make world-class photography gear, and we both shape it and share it with the Kickstarter community. This is Peak Design's 7th Kickstarter project! Holy Toledo, we can't even believe it ourselves. This time around, with your help, we are making our best products even better. Camera carry, reimagined. A new level of performance and aesthetics for our iconic photography tools. More Links Support Peak Design via Kickstarter Learn more about Peak Design at peakdesign.com Photo Gallery  

Industrial Design: Mkeke Stand Series

Industrial Design: Mkeke Stand Series

With the arrival of the latest iPhones, there is of course, the release of accessories for us to get and have it part of the essentials. Called: Stand Series, it has been designed by the folks from Seoul-based creative studio found / Founded for the Mkeke brand. Being two parts and made of the soft rugged material; you gotta love the simplicity and again the attention of details to the cord introduction. It's the little details that truly make a difference and you gotta love that colour! found / Founded is a creative design studio based in Seoul, Korea. Their work is generally related to industrial design, branding and product design (as industrial), check out their projects on Behance. A low-priced smart phone cradle is essential in everyday life. The soft Rugged series stand has a unique structure in which two parts in thin board form are easily separated and assembled. Thus, when separated, it is easy to store because of its thin volume, and when assembled, the smartphone can be mounted firmly in a desk environment. Both products can be docked simultaneously using the existing iPhone and Apple watch charging cable. Because it uses molding language which is representative of Rugged, it emphasizes solid feeling, but it has two charms of simple design and soft finish color and soft feeling. More Links Learn more about found / Founded at foundfounded.com Follow found / Founded on Behance Learn more about Mkeke goods Photo Gallery  

Kickstarter: Introducing Phantom, the complete Clear Ice System

Kickstarter: Introducing Phantom, the complete Clear Ice System

It's always amazing the number of great projects we stumbled across on Kickstarter and also landing in our inboxes over the years. It's also inspiring seeing entrepreneurs creating products and businesses around small things that can make a great difference, not necessarily in our field but rightly for others. Introducing Phantom by Wintersmiths, a complete clear ice system for your next cocktail! In their words Beyond creating clear ice that looks amazing, Phantom gives users the ability to consider the ice shape that optimizes the taste of their beverage. For example, if you’re drinking a strong cocktail and want to water it down, you should opt for Phantom’s standard cubes. These have a large surface area to volume ratio, which dilutes drinks faster. And if you’re drinking an iced coffee and want to maintain flavor, you’d opt for the ice sphere. This shape has less surface area per volume and melts very slowly. How it works! About Wintersmiths Wintersmiths was founded in 2013 by brothers Chris & Pat Little to revolutionize ice making. Leveraging patent-pending technology, their products create crystal clear ice in a variety of unique shapes to achieve the proper dilution rate and deliver a truly memorable experience with every drink. Today, Wintersmiths products are used in thousands of homes, cocktail bars, restaurants, and hotels. The team continues to innovate in the premium barware industry with new designs and partnerships with top spirits producers, establishing the brand as a rising star in kitchens and bars worldwide. More Links Support the Kickstarter Project Learn more about Wintersmiths at wintersmiths.com Product Gallery   Disclaimer Over the years, we think our audience is mature enough to remember that drink responsibly and to stay within your alcohol tolerance level. Thank you.

Grovemade: Introducing the Desk Shelf System for your workspace

Grovemade: Introducing the Desk Shelf System for your workspace

The awesome folks from Grovemade have recently introduced what they called: Desk Shelf System to enhance your workspace to the very next level. Most of our workspaces are generally cluttered with so many things. Grovemade is offering a wide range of products that intents to give you control of your clutter. Check out their store where you will find shelves, pads, laptop lifts, desk trays and more. Everything is beautifully designed and right to the brand of Grovemade. Located in Portland, Oregon, Grovemade is a small but dedicated team of making and building products for your home, office, Apple and more. We love their products on ABDZ, you should definitely check out their site at grovemade.com. More Links Learn more about Grovemade at grovemade.com Follow Grovemade on Instagram Desk Shelf Gallery  

Celebrating Ugmonk's Ninth Anniversary with a Limited Edition Set

Celebrating Ugmonk's Ninth Anniversary with a Limited Edition Set

Somebody else is celebrating today and it's our good friend Jeff Sheldon from Ugmonk. All in festivities of his ninth anniversary, with the yearly traditional Ugmonk's anniversary set. Every year, it's always a surprising joy to uncover this limited edition set where you will be welcomed with a signature tee, emblem and of course beautiful packaging. Wonder who has the entire collection of Ugmonk's anniversary sets since his beginning. Congratulations to Jeff for Ugmonk's ninth anniversary! Ugmonk is Jeff Sheldon, a designer based in Downington, PA, USA. We do love Jeff's work on ABDZ, seeing his on-going progression with new products and projects are thoroughly inspiring every time. More Links Get your own Ugmonk's Limited Ninth Anniversary Set Check out also Ugmonk's store Ninth Anniversary Gallery  

Industrial Design: Introducing a few new things made by Google

Industrial Design: Introducing a few new things made by Google

Today Google has introduced us their second generation of hardware at their Made by Google Event. Did you watch it? What was your most exciting new hardware? 2017 lineup is packed with new stuff and we feel that they have covered all ends from the new Pixel phones, Google Home Mini and Max, new designed Pixelbook, Google Clips, Google Pixel Buds, and an updated Daydream View headset. It's a lot! And all powered with AI where Google Assistant will easily make your life easier. From squeezing your Pixel 2 to using the Pixelbook pen, Google Assistant will learn a lot from its cutting-edge AI. Where are we heading next? Made by Google Family Photo More Links Learn more about the products by Made by Google Today, we introduced our second generation family of consumer hardware products, all made by Google: new Pixel phones, Google Home Mini and Max, an all new Pixelbook, Google Clips hands-free camera, Google Pixel Buds, and an updated Daydream View headset. We see tremendous potential for devices to be helpful, make your life easier, and even get better over time when they’re created at the intersection of hardware, software and advanced artificial intelligence (AI). Mini and Max to the Google Home Google Home has been a tremendous success by bringing Google Assistant within your household. Now they are introducing a smaller version where they call it: Mini. With a sleek design, the Mini is about the size of a donut. I do love the integration of a 360-degree sound that comes into 3 different colours (chalk, charcoal and coral). Google is also introducing Max which is their first speaker with Smart Sound, a new audio experience powered by Google’s artificial intelligence, that can adjust the sound of its speaker depending your environment, your context, and your preferences.   Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL The announcement I was personally most excited about. Introducing the Pixel 2 with again the most highest-rated camera on the market right now. The Pixel 2 is also water-resistant with no headphone jack, which is kind of a standard in terms of smartphone nowadays. But the feature I was most intrigued about is "Google Lens" where it's an introduction of visual smarts where you will be able to look up landmarks, books, music albums, movies and artwork by clicking on the Lens icon in Google Photos, all around you. I was slightly disappointed that the camera is still the "same" hardware but it's all part of the software this year.   Google Pixelbook Combining the best parts of a laptop, a tablet, and a smartphone, all together into one. Pixelbook is a 12.3-inch high-resolution touchscreen that comes with premium hardware, speed, simplicity, security of Chrome OS, smarts of the Google Assistant; and all your favorite apps on Google Play. It's very neat to see how they have integrated "Google Assistant" like from a keyboard key for example. I would be interested to test it out as being the main tool of a design project.   Pixel Buds This announcement that took me by surprise and it's the intro of the Pixel Buds. A wireless headphones that help you do more within Google Assistant and the feature where I feel is the most exciting is the built-in Google Translate capabilities. Can you believe that it works with 40 languages? It would be interesting to see it used in the wild.   Video  

Mujjo on making the best case they have ever made for iPhone 8/8Plus/X

Mujjo on making the best case they have ever made for iPhone 8/8Plus/X

Whenever there is a new smartphone on the market, brands will work their magic to produce cases so you can protect your fancy and expensive devices. We are featuring today Mujjo which we've had before on ABDZ, they are back today with an introduction of cases for the iPhone 8 / 8Plus and the X. Please enjoy! Mujjo provide leather tech and travel accessories from Netherlands, Amsterdam. Co-Founded by Remy Nagelmaeker, they makes cases with the premium quality of the materials and design which is elegant and also protective for your everyday carry. To create what we feel are our best iPhone cases yet, we’ve fully wrapped them with premium quality full-grain leather. With a super-slim profile and clean silhouette following the contours of the device, the result is a well-balanced design that feels inherently right. More Links Learn more about Mujjo at mujjo.com Follow Mujjo on Facebook iPhone 8 / 8Plus   iPhone X  

Industrial Design: Samsung Dex Book Concept

Industrial Design: Samsung Dex Book Concept

We are sharing an industrial design project of a product that we wished it was real so we can see how it will actually work in real-life. Too bad it's just a concept but let's just say it's a pretty solid one. Introducing the Dex Book, a laptop to enhance your mobile experience using the Samsung S8/S8+. We have seen what the currently Dex Station from Samsung can do. You need a screen, a keyboard and a mouse to make it work but how about a laptop experience instead. Well, this is all this design is all about, I love the approach on docking the phone on a specific section of the keyboard and use it as an external screen. My only concern would be the size of the actual laptop screen but I understand the concept wanted to go along with the Samsung S8/S8+ specs. What do you think of that Apple? Kwanjun Ryu and Jaejin Bong are both a combination of industrial and product designers, both based in Seoul, Korea. You should check out the full project on Behance. Dex book allows to enlarge experience of your Mobile phone. Product Gallery   Credits Kwanjun Ryu Jaejin Bong More Links See the project live on Behance Learn more about Kwanjun Ryu Learn more about Jaejin Bong

Industrial Design: Tiller, a Minimal Device for tracking your time

Industrial Design: Tiller, a Minimal Device for tracking your time

We would like to share another project that is currently live on Kickstarter. For this case, it's a beautiful, minimal device for tracking your time. Introducing Tiller, approached with a clean industrial design. This product has been created to make time tracking straightforward, simple, and unnoticeable. Just one tap starts or stops a timer, and a small turn switches between items. It’s a significant reduction compared to other software-based products. Let's dive in. In their words We solve real problems by bringing good design and technology together. Like most professionals, our work stacks up, so we strived to find an easier way to track our time and get the most out of our work day. That's how Tiller was born. Take the time out of time tracking and get more work done. Product Gallery   Some Facts • Integrations with some of your favorite apps starting with Harvest, Toggl, WorkflowMax, and AND CO.  • Our software has been designed to be as unobtrusive as possible. The interface to track your time only pops up when you need it. More Links Support Tiller on Kickstarter Learn more about Joan at wearejoan.com

Introducing ZIPPELIN: a Travel Bag and Inflatable

Introducing ZIPPELIN: a Travel Bag and Inflatable

We would like to share this interesting product that is currently live on Kickstarter. Introducing ZIPPELIN, a one-of-a-kind travel bag that is inflatable! Hand-cut in Switzerland from recycled truck tarps. This is the first rolling travel bag that is spacious when you need it, compact when you don't. I love the fact that it's inflatable because you can easily store it AND use high-quality recycled material makes it even better. What a wonderful concept, check it out! In their words For 24 years, our team at FREITAG has been making robust, water-repellent bags out of used truck tarpaulins, discarded bicycle inner tubes, and car seat belts right here in Switzerland. Our extensive catalogue includes over seventy products, but there’s one item we've always wanted to make––a spacious, rolling travel bag. Introducing ZIPPELIN––the world's first inflatable travel bag that's spacious when you need it and compact when you don't. Product Gallery   Some Facts The bag has a capacity of 85 liters (5200 in3).  Each bag is a recycled individual product (R.I.P.), and our truck tarps are perfectly suited to create water-repellent, robust bags that––we are proud to say––could never be mistaken for anyone else's at baggage claim. More Links Support ZIPPELIN on Kickstarter Learn more about Freitag at freitag.ch

Beautiful Industrial Design - Logitech CRAFT

Beautiful Industrial Design - Logitech CRAFT

Industrial design has definitely become a differentiator. We see that everywhere, from phones, computers, cars, pretty much every product tries to separate itself through a well-crafted industrial design. In the tech world that is even more visible, as the technology itself has, I dare say, been commoditized, what can add value is design. Back to hardware, for this post I'd like to share a bit about the new keyboard that Logitech has created and Bengt Brummer shared on his Behance profile. It's the Craft wireless keyboard Craft is complete creative control at the desk — with a premium typing experience, remarkably solid build, and a versatile input dial that gives you instant access to the tools you need, the moment you need it -says Bengt on his Behance post. And it's interesting to see all these explorations in the keyboard field. Apple with the TouchBar, Microsoft with the fabric finish to their keyboards and the futuristic Surface Dial and Logitech now it a similar input dial. I remember back in mid 2000, there was a Russian keyboard that all keys were supposed to be LCD screens which would be completely configurable depending on the application you are running. Maybe they were too ahead but I can see a future where we will see a lot more of design innovation in this field. Industrial Design Promo video About Bengt Brummer   After training and working as a chef in various countries in Europe and the US and earning a BFA in the Culinary Arts from Örebro University in Sweden, Bengt attended Parsons School of Design in NYC. In 2011 he graduated with an MFA in Industrial Design from Konstfack. Projects that cross disciplines - consumer electronics, branding, culinary arts and home decor - have been and continue to be the work that hold the most meaning for him. "I consider myself a global citizen and have worked in professional studios in Europe as well as the US within both the fields of Culinary Arts as well as Industrial Design." - says Bengt. For more information check out: http://www.bengtbrummer.com/

Industrial Design: Introducing Fitbit Ionic

Industrial Design: Introducing Fitbit Ionic

Let's take a look at the latest from Fitbit, called the Ionic (Love the name!). It's packed with many features including personalized guidance & insights, built-in GPS, stores music, heart rate, 4+ days battery life and more. Currently, for pre-ordering, you will be able to accessorize it with bands for different aspects of your everyday routine from sport, leather and classic. I'll be very curious to see it live and test it for every situation. From what we are seeing today from its industrial design, this may be the potential Apple Watch killer, wouldn't you agree? Fitbit is a brand that is located all over the World with the goal to emphasize and empower to live a healthier, more active life. They design products and experiences that fit seamlessly into your life so you can achieve your health and fitness goals, whatever they may be. Product Gallery   More Links Learn more about Fitbit Ionic at fitbit.com Pre-Order yours at the Fitbit Store

Industrial Design: Leaf, a Pet Water Dispenser

Industrial Design: Leaf, a Pet Water Dispenser

As of late, I've been watching a lot of reality shows like Dragon's Den and Shark Tank. Some of us have this drive to someday create a product that is useful to actually upgrade your daily life. Like the one we are featuring today that involves Industrial Design, it's called Leaf and it's a pet water dispenser. For those who have pets, we all have been through the situation of feeding your animal water. We know the process and the mighty folks from DesignLibero actually found quite a simple and yet interesting solution. Let's take a look. DesignLibero is a team of people that works mainly in Interior, Product, Temporary and Graphic Designs. For the Leaf particularly, it was designed by Libero Rutilo & Ekaterina Shchetina. Leaf is a nature – inspired portable & reversible water dispenser designed to keep your pet supplied with fresh water while on-the-go. Project Gallery   More Links More about DesignLibero's Work: designlibero.com Get yourself a Leaf at: unitedpets.it