Narrow down your features and expand your possibilities. The thoughts and design behind the dünn wing wallet series.
I almost died from the daily production festival, but I managed to release everything and the Interior Lifestyle Exhibition ended successfully. Now, dünn's new product for 2018 is the dünn wingwallet series. Did you see it in the press or MAKUAKE? https://www.makuake.com/project/dunn/The idea for this time is also written on the MAKUAKE website, but it started with the idea of filling in the gaps that existing products lack.
To make your wallet smaller and lighter, try narrowing down what you put in it.
Personally, I used the combination of dünn coin & cardcase and dünn world wallet to replace the bifold wallet I had been using until now.・I wanted to carry more cards.・I wanted to make the bill compartment a little more compact. I've been thinking about a product that would solve the small inconvenience of wanting a size that fits easily . I thought point cards and credit cards would become more popular as apps, but the number is only increasing... There are a lot of small wallets and thin wallets in the world, and they are all truly amazing products. The wisdom of our ancestors is amazing. However, when I got a small wallet, I always felt, ``It's small and thin now, but isn't it still not enough to hold everything I want to carry?'' ``The structure is ingenious, so I'll use it.'' ``Doesn't it take some getting used to?'' ``I handle it pretty roughly in everyday life, so I wonder if I'll spill the contents?'' This is just a theory, but isn't it unreasonable to try to combine thin cards and bills that have certain standards with thick coins and keys? I started thinking.
The three cards and bills are almost the same size. The only thing left to do is line them up or fold them.
This is what I realized when I started making things based on this feeling of frustration. This means that the banknotes and the three cards are approximately the same size. If you work with ideas such as stacking them, arranging them, or folding them, you might be able to create a product. From then on, it was a struggle with paper, scissors, and masking tape. (Basically dünn is thin, so you can make a prototype using cardboard.)
Create a prototype and make minor adjustments after use.
Even if you can design it well in your head or in Illustrator, when you actually use the prototype, you will come across parts that you are dissatisfied with. For example, the depth of the 3wings wallet pocket. At first, I made it just the same size as the card, but I had to make it a little shorter because it sometimes got caught and broke when I folded it into thirds. We made several samples and made adjustments to the 6wings wallet, including the depth of the pockets and overall size.
Summary of dünn's wallet series. Even more convenient when used with a coin case!
With the creation of the wing wallet series, dünn's wallet series now includes four lineups. (dünn coin & cardcase, dünn world wallet, dünn 3wings wallet, dünn 6wings wallet) This video shows you how many coins each can hold and their sizes. Please choose a combination that suits your lifestyle. By the way, I really want to use the marine blue 3wings wallet as soon as possible, but I only have a sample...Next time, I'll talk about the color.