Thanks to the ever-observant people at Signal vs Noise, I can draw your attention to Worth1000.com‘s competition for fake designs for non-existent Apple products.
I can’t be the only one with infantile humour, because there’s lots of toilet-themed entries — though for my money this is the best.
As David Pogue writes in the New York Times, “All of these are funny because Apple is so about design. Itâ€™s just ripe for parody, in a way that no other company is.” Yes, as he asks, what would a parody of an HP computer look like?
SvN put a nice business spin on this:
If someone was going to make fun of your company, how would they do it? (And if thereâ€™s no answer, is that a sign youâ€™re lacking a defined point of view?)
I suppose I really should post my analysis of the whole iPhone thing — but I might leave it until all the Apple zealots have grabbed a tissue and wiped themselves down.
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