We're pretty excited about the launch of the Dremel 4300, a powerful rotary tool that was developed to empower makers. Our Industrial Designer Holly is taking you behind the scenes to learn more. http://bit.ly/2mhzMZw
This week TEAMS Hamburg visited the 'Game Masters' exhibition in the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg. We went 40 years back in time to learn about the roots of interface and game design and to understand more about the rising evolution of today's digital playground. #arcade #goodolddays #team #teambuilding #designlife #digitalworld #seriousgaming #uidesign #gamedesign #designhistory #mkghamburg #hamburg #wednesdaywisdom #museum #inspiration #design #teamsculture
Join our international and dynamic team in Shanghai! If you have 3+ years of experience in interaction design and a passion for creating products that resonate emotionally with users, check out our jobs page and get in touch. #jointheteam #shanghai #design
"Our culture at TEAMS is about creating great things together," said our Industrial Designer, Joscha. For over 60 years, our teamwork approach has been a key pillar to success. Read more about it here: http://bit.ly/2eYAxDG
#Repost @anitaisola with @repostapp at TEAMS Shanghai
The character Fú [福]means "fortune" or "good luck" and is traditionally associated with the Chinese new year.
Here's an interesting trivia for why during the new year Fú can be seen on the entrances of many #Chinese homes mounted upside down on a diagonal, red, square paper.
It is said that this is because the character for ”upside down" [ dào 到 ]is a homonym of the character for "to arrive" [ dào 到 ]. Pasting the character upside down on a doorpost thus translates into a wish for good fortune and prosperity to descend upon the dwelling. Isn't that fascinating?! ------- #calligraphy @kei717
We've been so busy celebrating the year of the rooster - Happy Chinese New Year to all of friends and followers! #yearoftherooster #lunarnewyear #happychinesenewyear #cny #rooster #celebrate #teamsculture #global
Nils, one of our interface designers at TEAMS shared his view on addressing multiple user groups, “What we’re seeing is the increasing need to address at least two generations of users. On one hand, we’ve got young ‘digital natives’ that need less direction than their more mature counterparts. The older ‘former analog user’ needs much more guidance in the system itself. By working closely with our user experience design (UXD) team, we’ll move closer to bridging the generational gap in user interface design.” http://bit.ly/2eQJ1h5
#uidesign #uxdesign #interaction #meettheteam