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Score: 7.2
Recent and Warm Top 4 Examples: 4,946 Total Clicks Date Range: Jan 14 - Aug 14
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A desire for a more sustainable experience prompts nature-friendly technology
Implications - Consumers are becoming hyper-aware of their effect on the environment, which is prompting them to look for as many eco alternatives as possible. The environmentally unfriendly nature of technology production is being offset with organic and eco-friendly designs that please the consumer looking for cost-effective alternatives. [More]
Score: 8.2
This Month and Hot Top 4 Examples: 15,131 Total Clicks Date Range: Dec 13 - Aug 14
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As the demand for wearable tech increases, eyewear tech becomes specialized
Implications - The popularity of Google Glass has piqued consumer interest in eyewear tech, which has resulted in a plethora of brands releasing specialized versions of smart glasses. As the varieties fill niche market segments to reach specific consumers, this shift signifies a preference for hyper-personalized conveniences as opposed to 'one size fits all' solutions. [More]
Score: 5.9
This Month and Mild Top 4 Examples: 4,186 Total Clicks Date Range: Jan 14 - Jul 14
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As multi-screen usage becomes commonplace, solutions help connect devices
Implications - Consumers are watching TV and movies with a smartphone or tablet in hand more than ever, which has lead to the need for easy screen sharing and connectivity to enhance interaction and multimedia transference. The solutions place ease of use front and center while also enabling the ability to add additional devices down the line for a cohesive user experience. [More]
Score: 7
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 3,662 Total Clicks Date Range: Feb 14 - Jul 14
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Consumers look to celebrate real world interaction by limiting time online
Implications - Consumers are accustom to doing everything online, but as technology becomes even more ubiquitous, solutions to limit time online are rising. The quest to spend time offline signifies consumer preference for real-world experiences, but also a desire for balance between modern conveniences and simplicity. [More]
Score: 8.9
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 60,207 Total Clicks Date Range: Mar 14 - Jul 14
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Work life is aided with furniture designed for those in the digital field
Implications - Consumers working in the digital space are spending more time at work than ever, which is being supported with furniture designs that specifically target those using smart devices. This design aesthetic bolsters a stronger connection between consumers and their gadgets, speaking to the importance of tech integration into everyday life. [More]
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Score: 8.8
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 68,474 Total Clicks Date Range: Aug 13 - Jul 14
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Smart furniture is augmented to be more design-conscious rather than flashy
Implications - As the science fiction-like designs for smart furniture begin to look dated, consumers are seeking subtle home tech integration. The streamlining of smart furniture to be more design conscious is broadening the market segment from being just for the tech-obsessed consumer to anyone looking to integrate aspects of their digital lives. [More]
Score: 7.6
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 22,557 Total Clicks Date Range: Apr 14 - Jun 14
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As the online world blends with the offline, web design follows suit
Implications - The line between online and offline living is becoming blurred at an accelerated rate, which is being acknowledged in website design. Consumers are beginning to view the two worlds as synonymous with one another, which requires is resulting in design that either mimics or enhances real life interaction. [More]
Score: 7
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 11,977 Total Clicks Date Range: Dec 13 - May 14
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Parents rush to teach children about binary to get them ready for digital jobs
Implications - Piano lessons and sports teams -- staples of childhood in North America -- are being replaced by an increase in coding and binary-focused activities. As parents begin to understand the clear need to get children ready for the workforce sooner than ever, brands respond in kind with options that shift away from play and towards a more utilitarian childhood. [More]
Score: 6.4
This Year and Warm Top 4 Examples: 8,725 Total Clicks Date Range: Jan 14 - May 14
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Smart integration moves beyond ubiquity to design necessity for consumers
Implications - A dependency on smartphones and immediate knowledge is being soothed with innovations that ensure that no aspect of everyday life need go without access to the web and social media via tablet. As tech-integrated home design becomes more pervasive in consumer's homes, brands in various industries will scramble for ways to make it past the welcome mat and inside homes. [More]
Score: 7.9
This Year and Hot Top 4 Examples: 27,306 Total Clicks Date Range: Nov 13 - Apr 14
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Technological ubiquity is negated as consumers place an emphasis on the analog
Implications - Although the modern consumer has become accustom to excess in marketing and product consumption, the overwhelming nature of the digital lifestyle has pushed many to crave the analog. Augmenting the simplistic into a niche commodity with higher currency, the rise of digital disdain is marking consumer revelation of offline life as quirky, retro and associated with hip lifestyle aesthetics. [More]