Hopscotch is a simple holder for cell phones and keys, designed to be out of the way yet always there when you need it.
We are thrilled to introduce the Hopscotch wall mount. It’s a little mount designed to keep your phone and keys safe, secure and close-by. If you have ever wanted to keep your phone conveniently located, as you bounce from place to place, we believe that you are going to love this little product.
MomentumPunch by Lollygig
Let’s Build Something Wonderful Together
Are you interested in developing break-through products and services? Well, MomentumPunch can help. Our service helps people jumpstart innovation initiatives of all shapes and sizes.
At its core MomentumPunch offers a set of valuable tools, frameworks and insights to help teams accelerate their trajectories. We believe that collaborative design thinking and execution can transform bright possibilities into exciting realities. We can help you find solutions to complex challenges by balancing user needs, business objectives and technical expertise.
Please, come join us! On October 22, 2013 the PMA and Lollygig LLC will be hosting a workshop devoted to helping Princeton-area organizations make the most of their abilities. I can't wait!
NapoleonGlove gives you a more versatile, more flexible and more secure experience for you and your iPad. The unique NapoleonGlove pocket allows you to hold your tablet securely while using only one hand. Simply grab the bottom corner of the glove and pull to rotate your device. Or share your ideas with others by simply holding out your hand to face your audience.
NapoleonGlove I was meticulously designed to connect you with your iPad. The case is made of lightweight ballistic and ripstop nylons that feel soft to the touch. And the high-strength elastic bands contain a non-slip silicon backing that firmly grips your iPad – leaving no room for slippage. The product weighs next to nothing making it easy for you to hold and carry your tablet.
BoomMaster was born out of pure creative necessity. The first time we picked up the iPad, we immediately wanted to play with it. Sure, we wanted to play around with the interface and the other apps on the iPad. It wasn’t the iPad’s interface that first excited us but rather the object itself that caught our eye and our imagination.
Within the first thirty seconds of holding the iPad, we started carrying it around on our shoulders saying “wouldn’t it be awesome if there was a boombox app for the iPad?” A short while later, voila! Two weeks later BoomMaster was born and quickly topped the What’s New section of Apple’s App Store (sold through Gorilla Group).
While working with Steelcase Inc. I had the pleasure of helping Steelcase re-boot its Turnstone brand – an amazing little engine that could. It reaches small businesses with great and affordable products – one of which I enjoyed co-creating with a great little team. The BiVi table system is a unique product line that makes me happy. Take a look at turnstone.com!
654 Croswell was a 1,800 sq ft space located on the ground floor of a restored cottage. It was a wonderful place for working alone, with others, and for viewing artwork. Each of our meeting rooms featured whiteboards for capturing thoughts. Large screen displays (projectors and HD televisions) were available if you needed to share content with others.
Inc. Magazine featured 654 Croswell as one of "16 Cool Working Spaces." In their description they said: "This one is more cottage than office, complete with a fireplace, and that’s what people who work there like about it. It also features a rotating gallery of work by local artists, and frequently sponsors artist receptions or visiting artist events that are open to the public. 654 Croswell is located in the heart of Gaslight Village in East Grand Rapids, a charming community that’s home to a variety of small businesses including restaurants, bars, shops, and a popular ice cream parlor."
In January 2007, I joined Steelcase Inc and, under the direction of Mark Greiner, SVP of WorkSpace Futures, my team began to envision a new type of workspace. Based on emerging work trends, enabling technologies, and emerging social norms, we designed an innovation platform called Workspring. Our first location opened in November 2008 in Chicago, IL. It’s a beautiful space that’s well worth visiting. If you get a chance, please stop on by! It will be an experience like no other.