Maio 16, 2007
A longtime leader in the portable photo viewer market, Epson consistently delivers the best in high-end digital photography. But to remain at the vanguard of any industry requires frequent reevaluation of one’s offerings. Epson came to frog to identify and address the unmet needs of its consumer base, developing a device better suited to its audience than ever before.
For its annual design issue, The New York Times wanted to include a futuristic laptop for teenagers. The project’s main thrust was to re-think the future of education and then construct a laptop that would best deliver that vision. The end result is gelfrog, a dynamic, portable device concept that enables new educational experiences without sacrificing the need for individuality.