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Phaidon Design Classics

Phaidon Design Classics iPad App
Phaidon Design Classics is a reference app that is designed for and compatible with the iPad’s interface. In essence, it is a definitive and authoritative collection of information that chronicles the historical narrative of product design over the last 200 years. As an app, it has been planned and designed over many years, being perfectly formed to provide as much detail as possible. In its inception, it was compiled by a worldwide collection of designers, architects and critics, who pooled their knowledge to create a vast swathe of accurate data.

With a simple navigational menu and the single touch of a users finger, they can gain access to a history that is both detailed and illustrated, and one that features more than 1,000 design classics by renowned exponents of the art. This imagery is presented appropriately on the well refined, 3 dimensional iPad interface, and can be browsed quickly through its multi-touch screen . For anyone with either a professional or personal interest in the history of product design, this app is a must for their Apple device.

Price
$19.99
App Name
Phaidon Design Classics
Category
Reference
Developer
Phaidon Press
Phaidon Design Classics
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Phaidon Design Classics, 6.8 out of 10 based on 5 ratings
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March 11, 2011
Posted in Reference,iPad Apps List — iPad Apps @ 7:30 am

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