The red dot design concept yearbook is now reaching more readers with a new iPad app.
February 16th, 2012
Traditionally, the red dot yearbook has served as a ready reference of the winners of the red dot awards: design concept. This year, it’s making this wealth of content accessible to more design enthusiasts around the world with an iPad app.
With a mere touch, swipe and tap, readers can view the winners, as well as glean new and interesting perspectives of the concepts via videos and illustrations that were previously only showcased at the red dot design museum Singapore.
The free preview can be found at the iPad App Store. The full (fee paying) version will be out in March.
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