This dry-erase wall clock from Ricardo Saint-Clair lets visual learners see their daily schedule. Rather than a list-based daily planner, this timepiece allows you to write in your day's events. As time passes, the clock's hands edge closer to the next item on your to-do list.
Ricardo Saint-Clair's dry-erase wall clock reminds me of the graphic day planner from Muji, which I've included below.
Implications - With postal service numbers descreasing, and viral product promotions and services growing, all industries should be consious of liming their dependance on paper products. Through working towards deterring your businesses' dependance on paper goods, your product or service will become synonymous with environmentally friendly initiatives.
Ricardo Saint-Clair's Timepiece Lets You Visualize Your Schedule
1. Dry-erase Time Management - Opportunity to develop visual time management tools and apps that integrate with dry-erase wall clocks for enhanced productivity.
2. Personalized Daily Planners - Opportunity to create customizable daily planners that suit individuals' learning styles, such as visual and kinesthetic learners, ultimately enhancing productivity.
3. Eco-friendly Stationary - Opportunity to innovate in the stationary market by developing sustainable alternatives to traditional paper products, such as dry-erase wall clocks and digital whiteboards.
1. Productivity Tools - The market for productivity tools, such as time management apps and customized daily planners, is ripe for disruption.
2. Interior Design - There is an opportunity for interior design companies to suggest dry-erase wall clocks as an eco-friendly and visually appealing alternative to traditional wall clocks.
3. Sustainable Stationary - As sustainability becomes more important to consumers, companies in the stationary industry can tap into the demand by providing eco-friendly alternatives to traditional paper products.