I recently had the chance to fly down to HP’s Design Studios to not just sneak a look at the latest HP PCs to come along for the fall, but to also get a couple insights from Stacy Wolff. He has been instrumental in guiding some of the incredible-looking products that HP’s become known for in the past few years. So, we figured this would be the perfect chance to give our readers at TheNextBench.com a good behind-the-scenes look at what we’re creating….and how we’re creating it in the first place. For our first installment in this series, we’re going a little more inside Stacy’s head – and get a little deeper into the design process.
So without further ado, let’s kick this off with our first installment – HP Design: Inside the Studio
Now, in the video above, Stacy quickly references the MUSE design language. Sure, it’s an acronym for (Materials Usability Sensory Experience) – but there’s a little more to that as well. Check out this video for deeper breakdown on what that’s about.
BUT WAIT, there's more.....! To further illustrate how the design process is continually evolving, check out this video about the MOSAIC design philosophy.
This is just the first taste of what’s to come. In future installments, we’re looking at the new technology Stacy digs and how he incorporates it into product design….and further down the road, we’re checking out new products – and product prototypes that you’ll never see anywhere else. That get your attention? Thought so….so stay tuned for more installments of HP Design.