Stix the Electrostatic Noticeboard Lets you Tack Things up Easily

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published:   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: jamesdysonaward.org & ohgizmo
Stix the Electrostatic Noticeboard was designed by Jonathan Jordan. A finalist in the 2010 James Dyson Award competition, this board reduces the need for cork, staples, thumbtacks and magnets because this board simply requires you to rub it around a bit to build up a static charge for it to hold your paper.

Throw out that bin of pins because Stix the Electrostatic Noticeboard is ready to make life simple.

Implications - Consumers in the modern sphere are looking for products that provide function with ease. Items that feature convenience as well as practicality are appealing to those who want to complete their tasks efficiently. Companies trying to increase their appeal could focus on this.

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