A baby’s sound, movement, breathing and room temperature can all be measured by the new Intouch baby reassurance monitor. The product, launched by Johnson & Johnson, has been designed by Lyons Associates for its client Kindertec. The baby unit features a liquid crystal temperature strip built into its aerial and a night light. The monitor also includes a parent unit (pictured), and a sensor pad which fits between the cot base and mattress to detect any changes in the baby’s breathing. It is currently going on shelf at Boots stores.
A podcast series on designing for impact and a networking event for designers are among this month’s highlights.
Nesta U-Shisha has been positioned as a safer alternative to traditional pipes, potentially cutting down cancer risks and carbon emissions.
The capital’s most prominent design festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
This year’s competition invited designers in training to revamp the cover of three well-known books across adult fiction, adult non-fiction and children’s literature.