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.
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).