When the iPhone will be a dinosaur, the Post-it® will still be around! We are at Weil am Rhein, Germany. The year is 2010. With the exhibition “Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things”, the Vitra Design Museum and Hi-Cone present 43 everyday objects that entered our lives remaining unchanged for decades. Why is it the case? What makes these objects everlasting? The aim of this research is to shed new light on this under-researched (taken for granted) phenomenon, identifying its dimensions, systematically assessing them against the life cycle maturity phase.

Accomplishing Technological Simplicity: Myth or Reality?

Martini Antonella
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2018

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When the iPhone will be a dinosaur, the Post-it® will still be around! We are at Weil am Rhein, Germany. The year is 2010. With the exhibition “Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things”, the Vitra Design Museum and Hi-Cone present 43 everyday objects that entered our lives remaining unchanged for decades. Why is it the case? What makes these objects everlasting? The aim of this research is to shed new light on this under-researched (taken for granted) phenomenon, identifying its dimensions, systematically assessing them against the life cycle maturity phase.
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