Archive for the ‘Customer Experience’ Category

Snoring relief with Theravent

July 31st, 2012

Snoring relief is here! LUNAR client Ventus Medical has announced FDA approval for Theravent, its over-the-counter snoring treatment. (more…)

Catalys Precision Laser System named a top tech product

July 2nd, 2012

We’re delighted to hear that LUNAR client OptiMedica Corp.’s Catalys Precision Laser System for cataract surgery has been selected as a winner (more…)

LUNAR brings style to next-generation BodyMedia armband body monitor

June 5th, 2012

LUNAR is collaborating with wearable body monitor pioneer BodyMedia to design the housing for a next-generation wireless BodyMedia FIT armband (more…)

Join LUNAR for our SF Design Week Open Studio Party

May 30th, 2012

Celebrate San Francisco Design Week with a party at LUNAR June 13. (more…)

Beautifying exercise

March 12th, 2012

More than 200 German design pros, students, visitors from Korea and South Africa, and design enthusiasts immersed themselves in LUNAR’s vision (more…)

Why shopping tech still disappoints

December 9th, 2011

As the holiday shopping season rings in, CBS News asks, “Where are the cool new retail technologies?” (more…)

Better Mo-bility for urbanites

November 1st, 2011

Too many noisy and polluting cars are choking urban streets. Alternatives to the single-occupancy auto are out there, (more…)

In Chicago? Explore career paths for successful designers with LUNAR’s Mark Dziersk this Friday

August 24th, 2011

LUNAR Chicago’s Managing Director Mark Dziersk shares his insights into the career paths of successful designers at a meet-up at 750 North Franklin #201 in Chicago this Friday, 6:30 pm. (more…)

Brand strategy + social networking

March 24th, 2011

I make up part of the Communications Design team here at LUNAR. My background is mostly in product design, but before joining LUNAR I worked briefly in the ad world.
For me, the intersection of product design and advertising creates an interesting space to work in.
Brand strategy + social networking
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An ode to simple product design

March 3rd, 2011

As a product engineer, I often find myself delighted by the little things–an ingenious locking mechanism, a cleverly designed component, a silky smooth hinge – which is why the simplest of designs are sometimes the most fascinating. One everyday object that I find to be particularly (and deliciously) nifty is the McFlurry spoon.

An ode to simple product design.
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A 2D Designer in a 3D World

February 28th, 2011

As an Interaction Designer with a background in various forms of 2D media design, I increasingly find myself surrounded by the emerging discipline of 3D, or more specifically, stereoscopic user interface design. (more…)

Sai Tung, please!

February 4th, 2011

Here in the States, we easily think of America as the Land of Food to Go. We have the drive through, the Big Gulp and Starbuck’s lattes with cup cozies. But to walk down my home streets of Bangkok, Thailand is to see the mecca of street food and the hundreds of inventive ways it can be carried. Sai Tung, please!
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Buy me

February 1st, 2011

Commercials have always fascinated me. It occurred to me a few years ago that televisions only exist for the purpose of selling us stuff. Broadcast companies are able to spend millions on 22 minutes of our favorite sitcom because advertisers are willing to pay them millions to show eight minutes of advertisements during the show. Some of the most memorable stories, characters, and moments of my life were made possible by Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, and Ford. And it works! Americans watch, on average, four hours of television every day (or about an hour of commercials every day). Buy me
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In search of the perfect car. A female designer’s perspective.

January 26th, 2011

It should have been a very exciting time. I am in the market for a brand new car and as it is the first time in my entire consumer life I can afford investing in a vehicle fresh from the factory, expectations were high.

In search of the perfect car. A female designer's perspective.
Joyride, designed by Per Brolund

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iPad Teardown: An Engineering Design Perspective

January 3rd, 2011

A Solutions Icon-o-Cast

By now you’ve seen technology-focused teardowns of the Apple iPad, but have you seen the insides through the eyes of a product design engineer? (more…)

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