At the end of last year, the Cooper Hewitt Art Museum in NYC reopened its doors after a long reprieve with Beautiful Users, an exhibit centered around one of the fundamental changes in design thinking over the past half-century: the shift toward designs based on observations of human anatomy and behavior. If you’re in NYC and haven’t seen it yet, go. And not only to see several Sabi products… The exhibit is an awesome testament to the evolution of the people-centered design movement that’s at Sabi‘s core.
“‘Beautiful Users,’ curated by Ellen Lupton, concerns user-centric design and data-gathering. It features many familiar and everyday products, tweaked to make them easier, more flexible, and ‘smarter.’ These include Sabi’s pillboxes…”