CES 2009: behind the scenes logitech g series by design partners
CES 2009: behind the scenes   logitech g series by design partners CES 2009: behind the scenes   logitech g series by design partners
jan 12, 2009

CES 2009: behind the scenes logitech g series by design partners

when confronted with the barrage of gadgets launched at ces, it is easy to overlook the immense work that goes into designing these products. to try and help capture this process, design partners, an id consultancy based in dublin, ireland let us see the process that went into some of their designs. the logitech g-series family of gaming products was launched at ces 2009 and features four products: ‘g19’ keyboard, ‘g35’ headset, ‘g13’ keypad and ‘g9x’ mouse. here is a small sampling of images showing the step-by step process of designing these products. to see all the images check out the design partners website of their flickr galleries.


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