As the lead designer for nearly all major releases of the Arena application from 2001 to 2012, Marc played the chief role in crafting the user experience for all Arena product offerings and led the Arena website redesign project. A consummate perfectionist with a passion for design, he’s never met a hyperlink he hasn’t followed, especially when it comes to product and interaction design, photography, travel and food.
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The benefits of rapid prototyping have long been self-evident: earlier visibility into tricky aspects of a design and more chances to refine your ideas mean getting to market faster with fewer mistakes. But as the typical product has become a symphony of electrical, mechanical and software components, prototyping the...Continue reading »
Feb. 11, 2010
The official match ball for the upcoming FIFA world cup, the Adidas Jabulani, features a newly developed “Grip’n'Groove” surface for enhanced grip in all conditions and an exceptionally stable flight path. Thanks to a new spherical-molding process for the eight thermally-bonded panels, the ball is perfectly round and thus...Continue reading »
Robert Capp’s article from Wired magazine last August, The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine, offers a fantastic synthesis of what many product and services companies have been finding over the last decade: Less is more, especially when it comes to whistles and bells....Continue reading »
Min-Kyu Choi, a recent graduate from the UK’s Royal College of Art, has redesigned the standard British power plug with beautiful simplicity. His design reconceives the bulky unit originally invented in 1946 into a new form factor that folds up to just 10mm wide, about the same width...Continue reading »