•Year after year Doing, edited by Peter Zec, one of the best design experts in the world, showcases products from activity- and lifestyle-oriented areas
•Focuses on design products from the garden, as well as those to do with leisure, sport and games, babies and children, fashion, lifestyle and accessories, watches and jewelry
•Additionally, the design team of the year, as well as designer and jury portraits will be featured
There are lots of ways to be active - and for each of those ways, there are design products to enhance your experience that little bit more. Doing 2017/2018 compiles the best design innovations and new design developments from the area of activity. In these roughly 400 pages, you can find award-winning products for your garden, leisure, sport and play, but also for children and babies. In addition the book will introduce you to fashion and lifestyle products with design value. The Doing 2017/2018 manual provides all those interested in design with a fascinating overview of current products and future innovations. As a result, this book is not only compulsory reading for designers, design students, marketing experts and product managers, but also an unparalleled pleasure for design enthusiasts.
Text in English and German.
|Publisher:||Red Dot Editions|
|Product dimensions:||11.60(w) x 12.10(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Professor Dr. Peter Zec, born 1956, is an international well-known design expert. He is the founder and CEO of Red Dot. He has been active for over 20 years as a communications and design consultant for numerous companies and lectures throughout the world in design-relevant topics. As an expert on the international design scene he is the publisher of the Red Dot Design Yearbook and the International Yearbook Communication Design. He has published the following books among others: Informationsdesign (1988), Design goes virtual! (1996), German Design Standards (1997; 2005), Designing Success (1999), Good Design (2000), Orientierung im Raum (2002), Hall of Fame. Companies Searching for Excellence in Design (2003; 2007), Return on Ideas - Better by Design (2006), Who's Who in Design (2003; 2007), and The Design Value - a Strategy for Business Success (2010).