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New Members of Sustainable Development Charter

As product designers, we are constantly aware of our surroundings and our responsibility to the environment. When we create new designs at ITERATE, we actively employ techniques to ensure that our products can be disassembled by avoiding use of glues and other permanent joining methods. In cases where we use plastic, we design-in identification symbols, allowing the material to be recycled after its life-in-service. As well as aiming to reduce the number of parts and subsequently material required to build a product. Read more

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Our Top 5 Wearable Technologies

Wearable technology is an exciting trend that combines fashion, product design, software and electronics. The future within this emerging arena is unclear as many companies enter the market with products that make us fitter, healthier, more efficient and all round better citizens. These are our favourite ‘wearables’ of the moment:  Read more

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Understanding the Benefits of Good Design

Good design does not just consider the aesthetics of a product, it considers every element of a product from its initial inception and manufacture, throughout its lifetime and right up to the point at which it is disposed or recycled. As Dieter Rams once said “good design is as little design as possible: less, but better; because it concentrates on the essential aspects, and the products are not burdened with non-essentials. Back to purity, back to simplicity”. The following examples highlight some of the benefits of good design practices. Read more