Ryan White


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  • "This bike is "Dutch" only in country of manufacturing origin. The attraction of Dutch bikes, and what makes them a category unto themselves is their relaxed and upright riding position that allows for a slow paced, comfortable ride. The slack seat angle also allows for putting a foot down at a light without getting out of the saddle. This bike geometry wise is the anti-Dutch bike."
    on: Can Mokumono Make Dutch Bikes More Modern?
  • "Another interesting perspective on this is that Stance has an exclusive sock contract with the NBA. The sock liner concept could in part be a clever recovery of some branding area. http://www.uni-watch.com/2016/03/01/is-it-a-shoe-a-sock-a-sleeve-or-all-three/"
    on: Nike's New Boundary-Blurring KD8 Sneaker
  • "While this is an interesting idea, in the first minute they seem to totally miss the point...people don't take pictures with their phone because it's a convenient form factor, they take pictures with it because it's the single device they HAVE to carry in order to do so."
    on: Game-Changing Product Design: Small L16 Camera Replaces an SLR and a Bag Full of Lenses
  • "Very dependent on the designer. I use all process', and will go from analog to digital as needed. A small surface to work on would certainly suffice for the digital aspect of my work, but I do also like to spread print-outs across my work surface for review and comparison. Further more, I work with soft-goods and will sample ideas in-house on which I need a surface to cut/sew. That's where the idea of just having a secondary mobile work surface to roll up to my computer area would be helpful in those instances where spread-out room is desired, but not always required. I think the most appealing thing about this concept to me is the ability to compartmentalize and organize elements needed for working, and effectively eliminates the opportunity to pile junk up on a static working surface (aka the standard desk). "
    on: Wall-Mounted Standing Desk, Yea or Nay?
  • "This is one of the few Kickstarters I've seen in quite a while that seems like an honest and valid use of crowd funding. It's great that he shows his process and manufacturing capabilities up front. I think it's an interesting concept to detach the module or surface on which all our electronics and peripherals live, from the work space of a desk top. I personally use the desktop only for sketching, or other hands on design activities. It's preferable to not have a computer, desk supplies, etc on the work surface but it's nice to have them readily available. I think this in combination with a drafting table (adjustable modules would work nicely with this) or a table on wheels is a fantastic idea!"
    on: Wall-Mounted Standing Desk, Yea or Nay?
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