Dear pandas, you probably wish you had a time machine. us? We’re already working on the blueprint, the early 2000s are calling us and we have no choice but to answer.
Like it or not, smartphones are here to stay longer. Technology and functions are wonderful these days, we lost a little soul when you upgrade. But things never looked so bland! Between the days of old-fashioned brick and ultra-modern obsidian slabs, there was an era of unparalleled design innovation. The phone is incredibly strange, unique, and (dare I say it?) How nicedating back to the first decade of the new millennium.
Writer Jerry McBrideworks for a satirical news site waterford whispers newswent viral on Twitter after sharing some most there old phone designIt features photos of him and other social media users that have caught everyone’s attention. Upvote your favorite phone, Panda! Tell us what you had (or had your eye on).oh and be sure to check it out bored panda Full interview with Gerry.If you enjoyed his threads and incredibly witty commentary, be sure to follow along his twitterthat too!
In the meantime, we also contacted Dr. Matt Johnson, some insights on product design and the importance of features when it comes to phones. Mr. Johnson is a professor of consumer psychology at the Hult International Business School and Harvard University.Branding means business: How to create lasting bonds between brands, consumers and markets. Check out both interviews below.