Min or Naw

I’ve really enjoyed this journey with Design That’s It. I’m considered a slightly major design/brand change that might better represent what this blog is all about. I’m considered rebranding DTI to “min”…. short for minimal, or minimalism. I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time now and I’d rather do it sooner than later. […]

PERFECTION

We are reaching a point of interest in the world of hardware engineering and industrial design. For decades desktop computers have dominated when it comes to advanced productivity. But the world is mobilizing and work is becoming less and less local. Desktops are also huge energy consumption devices, and a lot of people may not […]

Welcome to the Future

Do we only see a revolution after it has passed? This is something I’ve wondered time and time again. I am so incredibly fortunate to have been born a few years before the turn of the millennium. Sony’s Walkman MP3 player had broken barriers for mobile computing and the laptop would soon do the same. […]

A New Microsoft

It is no question that I, the Single-Editor of Design That’s IT, have a particular liking for almost all things dealing with Microsoft. I am not afraid to admit to this because it comes with a reason that reaches much deeper then the following: I love their products, I like their services, I like Bill […]

Tesla Motors Will Reach the Masses

If you thought that electrical vehicles are either a thing of the future or simply not attractive enough to attract people, well you are wrong. The Tesla Model S is a prime example of just how enticing electric vehicles can be when done right. With 260+ miles a charge, a beautiful design, 0-60mph in under […]

Quantum Revolution

Apparently, we have been practicing quantum physics for quite some time… or at least a mock-form of it. Pizza Bagels. The idea that one particle can be another particle at the same time is part of quantum physics. There is also the theory of quantum tunneling, aka teleportation. There are many unforeseen concepts to quantum […]

LG: The Second Phone Bender

Bendable OLED screens have been in existence for quite some time now. The reason we have yet to see a device with a bent or bendable screen in our local At&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon retailer is because quite frankly, there seems to be no use for it. Lets think about it… Perhaps the most […]