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3 Product Concept Designs We Wish Were Real

What is Concept Design?

Concept design is the initial big picture or macro design. It shows us what problems the product will solve, how it will solve them, and what it will feel like as it is solving them. Arguably the most creative stage of product development, concept design is stickies slapped on whiteboards, ink and wash, napkins and crayons even. It calls on us to consider sweeping ideas and all the various possibilities. The more the better. In concept design lies the very soul of innovation.

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Dex Book

Smartphones are so much powerful nowadays, The powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform that powers Samsung’s phone galaxy s8 will also power Windows 10 devices later this year.no wonder s8 is a very capable device and the Samsung dex proves it where u can connect your mobile to an external monitor to enjoy a decent desktop experience. This concept design takes things one step further with a laptop like portable monitor packed with features that are powered by the galaxy s8. The design is too good not to wish it was a real product.

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  • Kwanjun Ryu
  • Jaejin Bong

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Instaglasses

This concept is nothing new it’s quite similar to that of Spectacles by Snapchat just slightly perfected. Instagram with which hash over 600 million Instagrammers, These people really deserve an awesome product to capture their important moments and sharing those to the world.

Instaglasses Design Concept by Angel Petkov & Blagovest Dimitrov

Check out the full project here: https://www.behance.net/gallery/56552397/Instaglasses А visual perspective of two crazy designers about Instaglasses. Тhe project is non-commercial and it has nothing to do with Instagram. The glasses will not go into production. Follow us on Instagram at: bdimitrov angelpetkov.kinetic

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  • Blagovest Dimitrov
  • Angel Petkov

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MacBook Pro

What if the touch bar on the new MacBook Pro would extend to a full-size touchpad? This question was the driving force in this concept design. It would enable a lot of new features while maintaining the fundamental idea behind the MacBook Pro 2016 touch bar, serving as shortcuts and macro functions.
Also, since it will be a touch-enabled display, it could support the Apple pencil to allow the user to finally use it with desktop applications.
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Allowing the keyboard area to become a touch-enabled surface creates new room for possibilities. The touch bar area could still be available for shortcuts and function keys.
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Enabling the Apple Pencil to be compatible with the new MacBook Pro,  will help creative professionals in their workflow and creates new applications of the touch pad area. Using the new MacBook Pro with third party software like Adobe Photoshop or Autodesk Sketchbook
will become more powerful than ever before.
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The use of a touch-only keyboard requires the help of Apple’s own  Taptic Engine system to give the user the feel of physical buttons.  It could also enable additional features like emulating a scroll wheel
or sliders.
This large haptics-enabled surface could also be beneficial for visually impaired people, for it could display Braille and emulate the feedback required to read it.
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Credits

  • Daniel Brunsteiner

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