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We help larger organisations innovate and design with the dynamics of a small company – and we help small companies do the same to get big. Our experience with both kinds of clients makes us confident that we create innovative products that truly fit people’s lives.

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Smartwatch perspective view people people
There are plenty of smartwatches out there. Therefore we find it strange that most of them still are designed as consumer electronics devices. On the aesthetic side we often see a combination of rubber, plastics and metals in a way that we usually see in smartphone designs. But what about all those people who are curious about what a smartwatch could do for them, but still want something that resemble a classic watch?
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What will make smart watches tick? - Topp People People

This is a lovely post about the future of smart watches by the Design Studio Topp. People People build integrated teams with Topp whenever we’re designing what should be both a physical and digital experiences. People People designed the watch to help Topp communicate their thoughts. We hope you enjoy it.
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Our dear speaker is listed – on first place – today in the Yahoo! Style Holiday Gift Guide. One of the best gifts huh? We agree!

People products - Transparent Speaker

Wherever you are in the world, you can now order Transparent Speaker at If you wonder; People products is the company that makes and sell selected products that are designed by People People.

Our Martin Willers will speak at Slush in Helsinki Finland at 16:40 local time. If you’re curious you can find his slides below.

Here’s a link to slide share if you prefer to watch the slides there

People People are happy to announce we are now a “partner” with Phonebloks. We truly support their work towards a more sustainable electronics industry and are thrilled about any collaborations that might come out of this partnership. People People designer Per Brickstad writes on their blog about modular design, read it here.