Designer Michael Roller came up with a concept called "Tame" that is supposed to digitalize multitasking while driving and minimize the distractions -- and dangers -- involved in trying to do too much while behind the steering wheel of a vehicle.
Tame lets users sync a customized status message to phone apps and mobile devices, including Facebook, text and instant messaging apps, and the phone. By rotating the color-coded cube, the user's neighbors can immediately see whether he is available to chat.
Implications - As mobile apps, social media and text messaging continue to dominate mainstream office culture, designers are releasing devices that allow employees to boost their productivity and show their availability to others.
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