Excellent example of brilliant & quirky content communicating how design brings people together. Delicious visuals in/around/over/beneath the book. Stowell is a National Design Award Winner.
The soft plastic clip that slides onto your glasses and holds a pen or pencil. Help us save your pencil, time, and your peace of mind!
Quirky & cool, the video for Grip Clip tells a neat story without many KS campaign conventions. It's a fun product coming from a couple of Mechanical Engineering students at Stanford.
The Kickstarter-funded SparkTruck has completed its 15,323 mile roadtrip. Now it’s time to share the story through a short documentary.
SparkTruck is/was an amazing project: a cross-country odyssey focused on hands-on learning. The stories that emerged from the adventure are equally amazing. We love that film is one route the SparkTruck folks are taking.
TJ* is an customizable robot performer / tech toy for you or your kids! Make his eyes and mouth move via servos over Arduino!
TJ* is an animatronic puppet that you can control and program yourself. Fun for the whole family!
A big red truck filled with cutting-edge maker tools that goes from school to school, bringing the joy of building back to kids.
Such a brilliant & vital project coming out of the Stanford Product Design Program and the d.school.
A sculpture design that seems to show a jumble of fragments, but when viewed from two specific locations reveals hidden words.
Form & function: words that reveal themselves as you approach from different angles.
Ever played Mario on Play-Doh or Piano on Bananas? Alligator clip the Internet to your world and start inventing the future.
Magnificent example of "show don't tell" storytelling.
Also, an awesome project.
The beginning chapter of a story told through items sent to readers, left in public spaces, buried, hidden, and sometimes lost.
An interaction in mystery & action: building a story real-time with an audience. Great!
Lovely storytelling on multiple levels––great use of details to build tension! + a direct and clear ask. Check out the video & the project.
ReadySet is a solar charger that can power up to 10 iPhones or run an iPad for 12 hours of continuous video-play on a single charge.
Stanford Product design alum. Straightforward, clear, concise communication.
A feature-documentary telling the story of a human-powered journey across Bhutan exploring the Himalayan Kingdom's unique policy of Gross National Happiness.
Project from Ben Henretig, a StoryViz guest and founder of microdocumentaries. Beautiful photography and a fantastic voyage.
A storytelling podcast where people tell true life stories - frequently funny, occasionally heartbreaking, always interesting.
Great aural storytelling (airing on a great station: KCRW). Worth a listen.
Unveiled at 2012 Maker Faire, these Amazing Mechanical Flip Books stole the show. Now we've developed a kit so you can build your own!
It's just cool.
Our mission is to teach professional illustration to aspiring artists and help them make a living doing what they love.
A group of talented illustrators who want to teach you how to draw.
A customizable comic strip that lets you create your own comics using magnetic characters and a dry-erase marker.
Dry erase comic strip. Yep.
A visual diary of 1 second of your life.
Increase your creative capacity with this fold-to-play activity set by Paper Punk, where construction meets craft at your fingertips.
Nice stop-motion sequence featuring a great project from Grace Hawthorne (PaperPunk & ReadyMade) of the Stanford d.school.