Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in March 2017.
Levitating timepiece that orbits around a wooden base, counting the hours, minutes or even years.
The Boost Case turns your MacBook into nothing short of a performance laptop. With six different ports/readers and not one, but TWO 3300 mAh battery cleverly hidden inside its sleek design, the Boost has the body of a laptop case, but the personality of a multi-port dongle and a power bank.
Designed for individuals with hearing impairments, instead of a regular chime, the doorbell triggers a light signal using a specialized Bluetooth bulb.
Its minimalism and purity look quintessentially Apple and it feels like something straight out of the brand’s heyday.
Selfly’s drone is roughly the size and thickness of your phone. When it folds up, it snaps right onto the back of your regular smartphone.
The Ollie chair has a unique folding design that makes it only 2 inches thin when folded, and looks like an innocuous piece of art. When opened out, it becomes a rather sturdy chair with built-in lumbar support.
NIWA is a wrist-watch that literally uses nixie tubes to display the time!
Vaquform has done something pretty spectacular. This desktop mounted vacuum forming machine only downsizes without compromising on quality.
Wondercube works as a data transfer cable, charging cable, OTG USB, Card Reader, Emergency Phone Charger (with a 9V battery), Emergency Flashlight, Phone Stand, AND a Keyring!
The donut/torus shape of the Hydr’s hand shower helps cut water flow by half. Plus, it makes for easy docking on the Hydr’s wall mounted stand.
This stripped-down, phone may look as minimalist as its candybar-style predecessors, but it actually looks to artificial intelligence to manage tasks.
This far-out footwear design is a twist on the winter boot that ditches the regular, rounded form we’re familiar with for a sharp, angular aesthetic.
Recon Jet puts a small screen in front of your eye, feeding you information from a small corner… so that you can still see everything around you.
The KTM Unicycle is an all-electric, one-wheeled wonder that utilizes current gyroscopic tech to stay balanced.
This self-cleaning, auto-feeding fish tank requires almost no maintenance, meaning you get maximum benefits of gardening without much work!
( H/T: Yanko Design )