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Whipsaw and Glint partnered to create a lighting fixture designed to elegantly solve track lighting and camouflage into its surrounding architecture. Equipped with Light Shift™ Technology, Glint’s direction of light can be adjusted while the luminaire remains perfectly still.
Household robots are about to start popping up more and more throughout the 20s. But in the next few years, your AI companion is actually more likely to be in the form of a dog, minus the fur.
California’s top designers and entrepreneurs will pit their projects against each other on TV for a shot at the coveted title “Innovation of the Year.” The show’s Executive Producer Mike Chapman and Whipsaw CEO Dan Harden give us a behind the scenes look at the upcoming series.
Whipsaw recently partnered with Uber to conceptualize a public kiosk. Uber Kiosks are physical touchpoints that streamline the onboarding process for new drivers while also providing access to Uber’s other services (Jump, Freight, Eats, etc…) for both drivers and riders.
We partnered with Cisco Meraki to design their new line of security cameras: The MV Series. We took a moment to sit down with members of the Meraki engineering team and our designers to discuss the design process.
We’ve been collaborating with Tile for years on their breakthrough tracking devices. The Sticker and Slim are the newest and smallest products from the Tile family designed to ensure you never lose track of your personal and valuable items again. Get a sneak peak inside the design of these little lifesavers.
At Whipsaw, the interaction design team concentrates on the relationship between the digital experience and the physical hardware that accompanies it.
Over the past 20 years, many of the products we’ve designed for clients across a range of sectors have gone on to become market sensations. In this piece, we’ve pinpointed the similarities between them.
Google has been mapping and photographing much of the planet with their car rooftop-mounted system, but it is limited by road access. Our challenge was to help them package their amazing mapping technology into an improved portable unit that can be worn like a backpack to document hard to reach places.