This week we launched the temporary website for Grounded, our new 3D venture! Grounded brings 3D printing to the masses. We do this by showing you how easy and beautifull 3D printing can be. Right now we are focussing on growing our network by promoting Grounded on exhibits and shows, like the 3D printing show in London on the 19th of October. At this point we will also launch our brand new online platform for Grounded including an online store and a blog. End of 2012 we hope to open our real physical store here in Amsterdam.Read More
Today we are proud to launch our new Pinterest bases Magento theme. From now on you can allow your costomers to browse through your website like they would browse around in their foto collection on Pinterest. This way visiters from your Magento website can experience the look and feel from Pinterest with all the functionalities of your Magento webstore. Take a look at our Pinterest Magento Theme called PinGento right hereRead More
Together with CountryMile and Heesbeen Internet Services we created a brand new webstore for Mr Maria.com. Mr Maria aims to create eye-catching products for children of all ages. We will be selling and distributing their great collection online. Our main focus at this point is North America but we are allready planning our strategy for selling in China, where especially their Dick Bruna miffy products are very popular. You can check out their webstore here and visit their Facebook page here.Read More
Today we launched our brand new Magento Marketplace Extension. This extension allows you to let external parties like vendors, suppliers or consumers to sell in your shop. The subscribers get their own account where they can login and create and maintain their own homepage, profile and products. The Magento Marketplace Extension allows you to open up to multi vendors and let them sell their own product on your website. We also have great add-ons for the Marketplace Extension like a Blog Add on and a great Magentop Dropship add on for vendors. Check out the extension yourself at our website MagExtended.comRead More
This week we are launching the first BETA version of our Wevolve platform. A place where the open-design and maker community can host their projects. We are looking for more test projects so if you have any nice projects to add to our platform please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wanna stay in touch with Wevolve and receive an invite when we launch, please submit your email address on our websiteRead More
Right now BrocanteShops is still growing every month. At this moment more than 225 brocante shops have joined the site and more than 3000 objects were added. More than a 1000 people decided to follow us on Twitter and almost 800 people liked us on Facebook.
We hope to keep continuing this growth and accieve our target of 500 brocante shops by the end of the year.Read More
This week we have launched BrocanteShopsCommunity.com. The site is directly related to BrocanteShops.com. On the community page people who have and also do not have a brocanteshop can discuss and chat about everything that has something to do with Brocante and Antiques. Its a place where you can ask questions but also show your favorite brocante stuff. Go check it out, and don`t forget to join!
Yes! The new website TopSecret.com is online. The TopSecret USB flash drive is a great cooperation between the young Dutch designers Rob Hermes and Marlies Romberg both owner of Studio Her-berg.
The object is made of high quality porcelain, finished off with a beautifull wax stamp containing the logo of Her-berg. A TopSecret USB is delivered in a beautifull crafted cardboard box with laser cutted text. Check out the site here.Read More
8th of March, we’re again hosting a meetup for everyone who’s interested in open-design.
I’m really excited to announce we have a great guest speaker; Peter Troxler.
Peter runs Square One, an independent research company at the intersection of business, society and technology.
As he states:
“Currently, my main focus is investigating and developing business models of open source anything – design, hardware, inventions – and the corresponding formats and ecologies of innovation and co-creation”
Peter is one of the editors of the inspiring book ‘Open Design Now,’ and has also been an instructor at Fab Academy and Business Developer at Fab Lab Luzern.
Right now me and some friends are working on a cool 3d printer concept. At this moment we are figuring out what options there are and how we can be a part of this great new movement. We will keep you posted!Read More