Creative Modern Product Designs Inspiration #1

Creative Modern Product Designs Inspiration Set 1

Product design is the process of creating a new product to be sold by a business to its customers. A very broad concept, it is essentially the efficient and effective generation and development of ideas through a process that leads to new products.

In a systematic approach, product designers conceptualize and evaluate ideas, turning them into tangible inventions and products. The product designer’s role is to combine art, science, and technology to create new products that other people can use. Their evolving role has been facilitated by digital tools that now allow designers to communicate, visualize, analyze and actually produce tangible ideas in a way that would have taken greater manpower in the past.

Design can be characterized as a specific design approach, which generates products that stimulate the human mind and the senses through visual, audible, and tactile factors. Human beings have a large number of senses. The standard list of the five best-known senses does not give a human body credit for all the amazing things it can do. In addition, we might consider other senses like pain, temperature, kinesthetic sense, balance and acceleration.

1.Eva Solo Ice Tea Maker, Sunny Yellow

by Tools Design
Eva Solo Ice Tea Maker, Sunny Yellow

Eva Solo imparts exclusive Danish design to everyday objects in the home. Simplicity, distinct lines and a high degree of functionality characterize the products in the collection.

2.Braun TP1

by Dieter Rams
Braun TP1

1959 Portable Transistor Radio and Phonograph (model TP 1) (MOMA Collection)

3.Marc TRAN – Watch Concept

by Mark Tran
Marc Tran – Watch Concept

Express post to show you a new watch concept by one of our favorite french designers: Marc Tran.

4.harman/kardon Nova-Speakers

by Damian Mackiewicz & Cyrille Rouffiat
harman/kardon Nova-Speakers


by Canary
Canary - Smart home security device for everyone

Smart home security device for everyone


by Aircide
Air cleaner: airocide

Air purifier attention and gather pollen and PM2.5, in terms of living environment. It is available from various manufacturers around the world, brand new airocide appeared. Stylish design is eye-catching, but the performance is also a hot stock and an application of the technology of NASA.

7.Monster Headbands

by Monstar Inspiration
Monster Headbands

8.BMW i Wallbox Charger

by Wallbox
BMW i Wallbox Charger



The name Hasselblad has inspired lust among professional photographers for decades, and for good reason — it’s synonymous with quality, from large-format cameras to studio DSLRs. The Hasselblad Lunar Camera ($7,000), pays tribute to the 500C of 1957, the first camera ever in space. The 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, lenses, and other innards are all Swedish, while the exterior sports an Italian design and luxury materials (mahogany, leather, even gold). Advanced image stabilization keeps your photos clear in situations that typically call for a tripod. It comes standard with an 18-55mm focal-range lens (short- and long-range lenses are also available).

10.Sony cube TR-1825

by Sony
Sony cube TR-1825 EXPO 1970

1970 Sony Solid State; World Expo in Osaka.
Released in 1970, when Sony had become the first Japanese company to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

11.Revo K2

by Revo K2
Revo K2

12.Space Bar

by Space Bar
Space Bar

Space Bar is a sleek desk accessory that minimizes clutter while providing additional USB ports for your computer. After a long day of work, slide your keyboard into the space below the shelf and store your office miscellany—keys, digital camera, etc.—up top.

13.Fan Flow

by Simona Hruskova
Fan Flow

14.Electrolux Stand Mixer

by Peter Braakhuis
Electrolux Stand Mixer

he Electrolux group is a global player in household appliances. The company tries to focus on innovations that are “thoughtfully designed, based on consumer insights”. For a company like Electrolux investments in innovative products is becoming more and more important for maintaining a solid position as one of the market leaders in home appliances. The Electrolux Design Lab competition – which celebrates its 10th anniversary – gives the company a refreshing sight on future product opportunities, provided by students all around the world. Many concepts that have been presented over the last ten years are used as inspiration, and transformed into marketable products that are currently sold under the Electrolux brand.

15.Personal Environment Monitor by Lapka™

by Lapka
Lapka app measure organic

Lapka PEM is a tiny, beautifully designed personal environment
monitor that connects to your phone to measure, collect and analyze
the hidden qualities of your surroundings.Lapka’s precise sensors respond to the invisible world of particles,
ions, molecules and waves. But Lapka doesn’t just quantify what it measures.
You get results that are specific to where you are. On the street,
at the office, inside a child’s bedroom, or on an airplane:
the Lapka app compares its readings to average guidelines
for each individual environment.

16.Mask Watch concept

by Filip Slováček
Mask Watch concept

17.Braun Clock

by Raymond Tsang
Braun Clock

18.Philips Fidelio Wireless Speaker with Airplay

by Philips
Philips Fidelio Wireless Speaker with Airplay

The stylish Fidelio SoundRing with Airplay, DS3800W, reproduces music with utmost precision.

19.Marantz Consolette Speaker Dock

by Marantz
Marantz Consolette Speaker Dock

A sculptural shape rendered in metal and rich, grainy walnut wood makes this high-quality 150-watt speaker dock console look as good as it sounds. With built-in AirPlay & Android wireless streaming capabilities plus NetLink, Line-in, and a USB port, you can run pretty much any device you’ve got through this handsome little devil.

20.Dyson Hot AM04

by Dyson Ltd
Dyson Hot AM04

This fan heater, with a wide operating range, quickly warms up the ambient temperature. It can be adjusted from 1 to 37 degrees Celsius. As soon as the desired temperature is reached, the appliance switches off and it automatically restarts if a temperature drop is detected. By using the patented Air MultiplierTM technology, the air is drawn in via a mixed flow impeller; it is then accelerated through a 2.5 mm wide aperture set within the loop amplifier.