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The products that have won the Red Dot earn themselves a place in the Enjoying 2019/2020 yearbook. Together, they present a varied picture of the field of leisure and relaxation. The innovation and design quality of the products presented here help to make work safer, more comfortable and more pleasant, showing new ways to harness the innovation potential of modern technology. In addition to the areas such as bicycles, vehicles, sports and outdoor, leisure and games, entertainment, spas and personal care, fashion, lifestyle and accessories, as well as watches and jewellery, the yearbook also includes the design team of the year besides in-depth features on the designers and jury members. For design professionals and lovers of design - Enjoying 2019/2020 is not only an enrichment for designers and design students, it also gives product managers, heads of purchasing or marketing strategists an overview of culturally relevant product design, providing those interested in design with an insight into an exciting and vibrant industry. Text in English and German.
|Publication date:||24th July 2019|
|Publisher:||red dot GmbH & Co. KG|
|Categories:||Product design, Graphic design,|
Professor Dr. Peter Zec, born 1956, is an international wel--known design expert. He is the founder and CEO of Red Dot. He has been active for over 25 years as a communications and design consultant for numerous companies and lectures throughout the world in design-relevant topics. As an expert on the international design scene he is the publisher of the Red Dot Design Yearbook and the International Yearbook Brand & Communication Design. He has published the following books among others: Informationsdesign (1988), Design goes virtual! (1996), German Design Standards (1997; 2005), Designing Success (1999), Good Design (2000), Hall of Fame. Companies Searching for Excellence in Design (2003; 2007), Return on Ideas ...More About Peter Zec