This article was originally published on Yanko Design.
I’ll admit, I hate the notch. I see it as a necessity, and I acknowledge its presence (with red-hot hatred), and I’m sure you do too, but I promise you from this moment onward, you’ll look at it differently. Very differently.
I’ve always been a writer. There’s always this flurry of thoughts and opinions rushing through my head. Like a ticker tape on a news channel. That’s why I prefer microblogging to actually writing large pieces of text. Somewhat explains why I’m a sucker for social media.
Hello! It’s good to finally have this post ready! I’ve been delaying and putting this off for months now. I hope you can forgive me!
The Little Twist has been getting so much attention, I can’t thank you all enough! My heart goes out to everyone who gave the project more exposure than I would have expected, and especially to the members of the Industrial Design group on LinkedIn, for being the best critics ever. A lot of their insights and suggestions helped me look at Little Twist from a completely different perspective.
Also, do check out the portfolio of the talented animator, Jahnvi Shah! She drew the illustrations for the “Usage” instructions page of the project.
First off, I’m so glad you saw the entire project and took interest in seeing how I designed this product!
Here, I’ll showcase my sketches, and also give an insight into my thought process.
Hey there! So you’ve found yourself on my portfolio/blog.
Either I’ve pestered you into visiting this site (in which case, I’m thankful), or you’ve wandered here on your own, (in which case, I buy you a chocolate chip cookie).