The Opposite Of Design Fails: 50 Of The Most Brilliant Design Ideas That People Have Ever Shared In This Online Group (New Pics)
Over the years, we at Bored Panda have released quite a few pieces on subpar design. And while these publications are incredibly fun to prepare and scroll through (just take a look at this one), we need to balance them out a little. After all, not every designer is an incompetent 3-year-old. Some of them are 4... light-years ahead of the competition.
There's a subreddit that features high-quality images of interesting designs, including architectural, graphic, industrial, furniture, and product design, and even though we already covered it once, there are so many gems on it, we need to do a follow-up. From a restaurant half-sunken into the sea to a suitcase that can measure its own weight, continue scrolling and check out the best that human ingenuity has to offer.
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Harnessing Nature To Shade A Walkway
this is located in the south of Spain in Jerez de la frontera it's a winery named Bodega Tio Pepe
WW1 Memorial In Vácrátót, Hungary
These Playing Cards
We, regular users, usually see just the finished product. But there's so much more that goes into actually creating them. To learn more about design, we contacted Nicole Phillips, who has been working in the design industry since 2005 and has a background in fine arts and advertising. Phillips specializes in logo design, branding, and package design for food & beverage, beauty, health, and interior design clients, and for each project, her work is unique and never linear.
"The design process requires research, experimentation, and even a bit of psychology," Phillips told Bored Panda. "When I feel frustrated with the process, I remind myself to take a step back, have fun and play. It's those moments of play and experimentation that usually create the best results, but it's those hours of research that help build the foundation for the final result."
"My clients are not paying me for my time, they are paying me for my many years of experience, so if I am able to complete the design process in 5 hours rather than 5 weeks, this is a sign of my years of experience and knowledge, this is valuable," she added.
Putting Rails Under A Bench So You Can Always Be In Shade
Apartment Building In Turin Holds 150 Trees
Ads Against Littering In Toronto
Trying to determine whether or not a particular design is good, many turn to Dieter Rams and his '10 commandments.' According to Rams, good design is innovative, makes a product useful, is aesthetic, makes a product understandable, is unobtrusive, is honest, is long-lasting, is thorough down to the last detail, is environmentally friendly, and involves as little design as possible.
Nicole Phillips agrees with the German design legend.
"Good design includes a good balance of function, form, and fun," Phillips said. "The user shouldn't have to try too hard to get what they need from the design. Good design isn't just aesthetics, it should communicate well and push boundaries a bit. Good design solves problems."
To paraphrase Don Draper from Mad Men, it's simple but significant.
This Is A Giant Iron Tree Built Into The Side Of The Russian Ministry Of Agriculture
This Bottleneck Is At An Angle For Easy Fill And Drinking
The Drain Is Right Under The Soap Dispenser So It Doesn’t Stain The Sink
Back Cover Of Dune. Turn It And It Always Says Dune. Design By Alex Trochut
Multi Coloured Hair Ad
This Enchanting Gothic Victorian House Built In 1888 In Arcata, California
Awareness Ad For Seatbelts, Canada
A Suitcase That Can Measure Its Own Weight
Refrigerator With A Lazy Susan Built In
This is a great idea - and Kelvinator (I think) did something similar in the 1950s. The problem is that it takes up a HUGE amount of space in the kitchen. The doors need so much space that it's not very practical.
The Built In Cable Management On This TV
Three Years Ago This Week, Saudi Arabia Began Allowing Women To Drive. This Was Ford's Ad Campaign To Go Along With It
Art Nouveau Architecture Of A House Built In The 1880s, Brussels, Belgium
This Puzzle Comes With A Stand To Hold The Box Up
The Bag My New Glasses Came In
The Way These Milk Jugs Line Up!
I'd have 12 liters of milk in my fridge any given time.
Clever Use Of The Captain’s Arm
I bet its a ruse so you don't expect a crocodile when you open the cabinet.
Just had a painful vision of me convincing myself I can slide down that and failing miserably.
This Awesome Deck
Door Lock Designed With Elderly (Or Intoxicated) People In Mind
When I look at our scratched front door people carrying grocery bags and kids would also approve.
Igloo Hotels In Lapland, Finland
Wow! So pretty! The hotel AND the northern lights. I rlly want to go there but with the virus, it will be a while.
Thought This Was A Very Clever Way To Make A Caution Sign. It's Still Highly Visible And Does It's Job But With Some Fun. As An Added Bonus It Was In A Jamba Juice So It Makes Sense With Their Aesthetic
"Der Spiegel" Covers 2017 And 2020
Trump's administration and behavior had an impact worldwide in mostly awful ways; I Iove how the Germans, in two simple graphics, nail it.
Gothic Architecture Of Lawyer's House (Kelch Mansion) In Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Norwegian Restaurant Under, Half-Sunken Into The Sea
It would be so cool eating on the bottom floor. Hopefully they have windows so you can see some of the wildlife!
Bed Sheet Tells You Which Side You Are Holding So That You Can Orientate It When Putting It On The Bed
Self-Taught American Artist Brian Mock, Turns Reclaimed Materials Into Breathtaking Sculptures
Elvish - Elvin Silverware
This Dining Chair
Apartment Building In Istanbul, Turkey
Oh, the Irony to have a rainbowflag apartment building in Turkey
Royal Mail's New Electric Delivery Van Is Just The Cutest
This Bread Knife In A Swiss Restaurant Has A Silhouette Of The Major Peaks In Switzerland
This Contemporary House Glass Ceiling Bedroom
This Exit Sign Actually Looks Really Neat
Umbrella Logo That Only Shows When It Gets Wet
The Architecture Of This Home Office/Library Located In The 13th Arrondissement Of Paris
Sunlight will ruin the colors of the books. I always keep my books and cd's in the shade. Nevertheless, beautiful room.
“It’s The Hat” Clever Ad For Hut Weber, A German Hat Company. One Of My All Time Favorite Clever But Incredibly Simple Advertising Designs
This Dishwasher Projects A Timer Onto The Floor
This Bottle Opener
Maintenance Guy's Shirt Doubles As A Helpful Sign
Poster For The Borat 2 Film
Pigalle Basketball Court Designed By Ill Studio & Nike
Time’s New Cover
"Time Magazine from October 19 , 2020 - Donald Trump’s COVID-19 Diagnosis Is Forcing Him to Face His Personal and Political Vulnerability" Google says
2020 Badge Design
Note: this post originally had 120 images. It’s been shortened to the top 50 images based on user votes.
Why, why does there have to be political agenda on here.
I second that thought, we get blitzed with too much politics already. I want a break.
People who complain about being confronted with politics too often are usually the reason why idiots like Trump win elections. Democracy is hard work – not only for those who are elected, but also for those who vote.
So....by your logic, the smart ones are responsible for electing Biden, right?
Would you complain if the political ads favored Trump?
I'm not American, and I complain (frequently) that your country's politics gunk up the internet for the rest of us. Keep your political schoolyard fights off the GLOBAL internet, please?
I don't like it either but we all have freedom of speech and if it's truly GLOBAL internet as you said, then I'm pretty sure America is part of that and citizens can say what they want. Especially on websites based out of America. There are many ways to avoid seeing things like that if you don't want to.
Bored Panda is a Lithuanian website, that means is not based in your country, which name is EEUU, not America.
Yeah but there are much more important political things to talk about than America's s**t like for instance how to help the people in Afghanistan now? And other third world countries where millions of people don't have food or shelter. But then you're too spoiled to think about anyone else's feelings.
Either way.. enough with politics!
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