These remotes were posted on Bill Moggridge's blog. (He's the new Director of the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City). Someone made these helpful sleeves for her TV remotes so her houseguest could easily use the TV while she was away. When you redesign an existing project, it's a wonderful gift to find that someone has already created a workaround.
Redesign with user workarounds.
Note: If you know who did these remote covers, will you let me know? I'd love to give her credit.
This is such great interactive design.
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Marney is the founder of Animatrix, an interactive consulting firm that has shipped over 300 projects in the last 25 years for companies that include Apple, BearingPoint, KPMG, Clinique, The Limited, AT&T, NewsCorp, The Walt Disney Company, The National Academy of Science and many others.
Marney.com is about interactive design- the creation of any experience that starts with the user. It can be a site, an ad, a toy, a place, an object.... anything that's designed for engagement.