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WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Phone

 - Dec 6, 2007   Updated: May 24 2011
References: yankodesign & techeblog
Industrial Designer, Pei-Hua Huang, has created a neat design for a future cellphone. The WYSIWYG-phone or 'What You See Is What You Get'-phone will, like so many phones today, do more than let you talk - it is also a camera. The phone will allow the user to quickly see their subject through a transparent viewfinder which is also the phone's screen.

Implications - Transparency is a theme that never seems to go out of fashion. The incorporation of this style often brings slick futuristic designs that people are attracted to due to its beautifying minimalist nature. It's one of the few concepts that truly defines less is more without seeming to outdated or old. With its crisp clean looks and a connotation for sleek contemporary designs, consumers will continue to embrace this style in all its simplistic glory.