I am a huge Sneaker lad, I don't own a crazy load of pairs but I do appreciate its design work. Whenever I stumbled across a nice-looking shoe, I would always wonder about its process. What's the creative process of making a sneaker?
We have shared a concept about MacOs with an edge to edge design and now we are featuring a totally different perspective with an industrial design concept. It's called the Taptop Computer and a Desktop Experience of Apple OS and you will notice the removal of the famous dock from the screen giving a lot more room. This new hardware dock will have functions like quick actions, touch bar and more. What do you think? Would you be interested in this kind of concept?
Louis Berger is a industrial design student from Munich, Germany. You should definitely check out his Behance for more, it's filled with really playful concepts.
The Taptop concept repositions the classic desktop PC from a box with outsourced hardware components into a device which is in the centre of user interaction. It fuses the cursor optimized desktop interface with a multi-touch control strip, functioning as the Dock and Touch Bar, allowing users to interact with the actual device, not just with peripherals. The Taptop computer brings the familiar concept of having your Apps at your fingertips to the desktop.