Designers take a walker on the wild side

Of all the poorly designed products that pollute our landscape and infuriate users, the typical walker ranks right near the top. It’s not just the aesthetics of the device that make it look like it came out of a Soviet-era design bureau, but it forces users to hunch over, compounding the indignity of having to rely on this device to move about. I’m a journalist, not a designer, so all I can do is rant about it. But industrial designers Jeremy Knopow and Jennifer Harris share my displeasure, and they have the tools and ambition to do something about it. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  Product Design Materials and Additives read more

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Designers take a walker on the wild side

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