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Product Pricing Primer
Monopoly Repackaging | Andy Mangold

Monopoly, in spite being the classiest of all board games, unfortunately is packaged just as boringly and uncreatively as every other garbage board game on the shelves. So, I decided to repackage it... turning the class up to 11.
nice redesign of monopoly packaging
15 Incredible Conceptual Designs You Wish Existed
Toast Messenger
OPEN Forum by American Express OPEN | The Art of the Tutorial
tutorial works great for any company to explain any product or service. Think about all the crappy, long-winded, take-forever-to-load, seemingly-last-forever start videos you’ve seen a
The Art of the Tutorial
Examples of effective video product descriptions.
Make Your Design Work Look Awesome with a Product Mockup - Psdtuts+
36 Beautiful Packaging Designs For Inspiration | Dzine Blog
These are some of the best and forward thinking packaging designs I have seen in a while, definitely worth checking out.
36 diseño de packaging para inspirarse
grid design with Flash
列の長さによってスクロールスピードを変えてあって、 上端と下端がビッタリ揃うようになっている。 スクロールが気持ち気持ち悪い。
Teruhiro Yanagihara was born in 1976 in Kangawa Prefecture, Japan. After graduating in space design from Osaka University of Art in 1999, he established his own design company, Isolation Unit.
nice flash
Milo - Shop Local Stores
find out what's in stock
Shop Local Stores
Cool clock idea.
มายด์ ดรีม คล๊อก วู้วว
buy this clock
Awesome collection of chairs.
70+ Examples of Product Comparison Tables in Web Design
Stat Key Designer Keys
keys in animal shapes
82 Clever and Creative Fred & Friends Products | Abduzeedo | Graphic Design Inspiration and Photoshop Tutorials
List of funny gift items. Clever and useful
cool and fun gifts
Google Product Ideas
Interesting way to collect user feedback
Vote for new features to Google products
You decide what's important for Google products: Tell us what you think about your favorite Google products. Big ideas or small thoughts, we want to know! # Everyone's voice is heard The voting box at the top of page focuses attention on submissions recently added and on the rise, making it simple and easy to participate. # See what others are saying Look at the "What's Hot" and "Recent Ideas" at the top of each topic to see what other users are saying and voting on right now. Agree with these ideas? Vote them up. Disagree? Vote them down.
Tú decides como evolucionan los productos de Google "Google Product Ideas"
Dê sugestões de novos produtos, e vote no seu favorito.
RCA student radically improves the UK plug | ICON MAGAZINE ONLINE
A new folding plug design plus an adaptor that is a big improvement. A great example of how people take the ordinary for granted
Improving the UK 3-pin plug, so it isn't such a big cumbersome thing.
A touch of genius...
SEOmoz | How to rank well in google products search & a big list of places to get reviews
How to Rank Well in Google Products Search & a Big List of Places to Get Reviews
Provides a list of ranking factors for Merchant Center. By far the most important is having reviews. Provides a list of 3rd party review sites, but the one with the most weight for ranking are Google Checkout reviews.
SEOmoz post that breaks down how to get the best rankings in Google Shopping (Google Base, Google Product Search).
Nexus One Phone - Web meets phone.
Everything you love about the web, now on a phone. Introducing the new Mobile with Google.
google phone
Dyson、“羽根がないのに風が出る”扇風機を発表 - ITmedia News
Dyson、“羽根がないのに風が出る”扇風機を発表 DysonのAir Multiplier扇風機は従来の扇風機のような羽根はなく、流体力学を利用した独自の技術で空気の流れを増幅する。 2009年10月13日 16時47分 更新  Dysonは10月12日、「羽根のない扇風機」を発表した。 ah_dyson1.jpgah_dyson2.jpg 羽根のない扇風機  同社の「Dyson Air Multiplier」は従来の扇風機とは違って羽根がなく、土台に輪を乗せたような形になっている。  従来の扇風機は、羽根が空気を切ってしまい、空気の流れが不均衡になる点が問題だった。Dysonの技術は流体力学を利用した独自の技術で空気の流れを15倍に増幅し、毎秒119ガロンの空気をスムーズに流すという。
Apple - iPad - The best way to experience the web, email, & photos
Launch Your Line
Launch your line is a platform where you can launch your clothing line, fashion line, fragrance line, footware line, sports line. Anything you wish.
<blockquote> <font color="#595959" size="2" face="Arial">Step 4: Manage your line via the dashboard.</font></strong></td> <td rowspan="2" valign="top" width="47%"><img alt="" src="_layouts/images/Guide_4.jpg" border="1"></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="51%"> <p>From the Dashboard, you can complete every task necessary to launch your line. You can also make it as simple or as complex as you wish… your Dashboard is customized for your needs. Using the Dashboard, you have complete control of all aspects of your business. From your Dashboard you can:</font></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0in; margin-bottom: 0in;" type="disc"> <li>Find a manufacturer</font> </li> <li>Create packaging</font> </li> <li>Create a business entity</font> </li> <li>Create a corporate identity</font> </li> <li>Order affordable graphic design</font> </li> <li>Create a website</font> </li> <li>Create a prototype of your product</font> </li> <li>Find buyers for your line</font> </li> <li>And more!</font> </blockquote>
Paul Buchheit: If your product is Great, it doesn't need to be Good.
I believe this "more features = better" mindset is at the root of the misjudgment, and is also the reason why so many otherwise smart people are bad at product design (e.g. most open source projects).
Pick three key attributes or features, get those things very, very right, and then forget about everything else.
What's the right approach to new products? Pick three key attributes or features, get those things very, very right, and then forget about everything else. Those three attributes define the fundamental essence and value of the product -- the rest is noise. For example, the original iPod was: 1) small enough to fit in your pocket, 2) had enough storage to hold many hours of music and 3) easy to sync with your Mac (most hardware companies can't make software, so I bet the others got this wrong). That's it -- no wireless, no ability to edit playlists on the device, no support for Ogg -- nothing but the essentials, well executed. ...By focusing on only a few core features in the first version, you are forced to find the true essence and value of the product.
Love (and annoying)
@d7y @IamSB reminds me of Seth Godin's post about making a product that people love vs making it less annoying:
MUJI AWARD 03 | Results
Du design comme je l'aime
Straw straw - simple and sustainable
Seth's Blog: Which comes first, the product or the marketing?
seth_godin advertising marketing
just about every successful product or service is the result of smart marketing thinking first, followed by a great product that makes the marketing story come true.
This is only sort of true. The danger with starting the marketing first is that its very easy to over promise and under deliver. Just ask Microsoft. However, marketing clearly plays an important role in every product and subsequent launch.
Marketing FTW.
Marketing is not the same as advertising. Advertising is a tiny slice of what marketing is today, and in fact, it's pretty clear that the marketing has to come before the product, not after.
How to launch a new product « The Jason Calacanis Weblog
Description des étapes du lancement de Mahalo Answers
Terrific post by Jason Calacanis on launching product
50 Essential Strategies For Creating A Successful Web 2.0 Product [Dion Hinchcliffe's Web 2.0 Blog]