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Guest snugja

@bowlofnoodle - Considering the target user/market which I defined as a female etc. (see thread), and assuming you are male, I don't expect you to be "impressed" by such a product. I think the color shape, proportion, and function could appeal to my particular user.

 

Anyhow, thanks for the comments NEWT. I really do like your idea in a broader sense - the trolley as transportation. Kinda feel the same way about cooperkid's it was different - the trolley as art or furniture. Cool.

 

I agree with Sonya and everyone else. My final should have been a tighter presentation, but one is given only so much time. But like NEWT, I have learned alot and it was fun.

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Guest markovicd

manny good ideas... but most Newt is good one... snugja has a great drawing / sketching skills... but his entry isn`t the best... manny people don`t even loook at entry... they just "go trough pictures" in thread

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Guest cooperkid

kudos to cooper, i think your concept is great and really reaches for for the market. you seem to be the only one who tackled storage and the living space which the market lives and adapting the solution to the users whole life rather than the brief time which they physically use the product.

 

Just back after a bout of cold/flu.. to catch up with the postings..

 

Thanks for the kind words newt.. This tends to the most interesting part for me.. Integrating products into the home and living space...

 

Regarding Sonya comments.. I consider my design to be lightweight by using a structural foam / web moulding process.. Also by careful considerations, scratch marks can be reduced by choice of finish appearance on the moulding process. I know a bit about this as I have recently worked on a European bin project for a top US bin Manufacturer and done quite a bit of research on large moulding processes.

 

Well all I can say is 'well done Snugja' i think we can safely say you've bagged the wacom tablet.. :) i wanted one... lol :P Well Done!!

 

Must say slightly disappointed on the voting side considering there are 6270 members.. half expecting snugja to be in the hundreds considering I've been offline for 5 days and the pace he was running at in the first few days of voting..

 

Well.. gotta sign off...

 

Well done to all those that took part.. look forward to the next challenge...

 

Cooperkid

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Guest snugja

@marcovicd - well . . . maybe try to broaden your definition of entry a bit and consider this was a WIP type of competition. Development counts for something too overall.

 

Thanks cooperkid. I'll keep an eye on you in the next one, though I most likely will not be entering.

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Congratulations to Snugja. You are the gold prize winner of Design Challenge #2.

Also congrats to cooperkid, as the silver prize winner.

The prizes will come to you very soon. I will contact you by PM tomorrow.

Thanks to all the members who have voted.

We hope to see you in a next design challenge.

 

Cheers!

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